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Some philosophers have argued that there exist certain human or natural rights that belong to all human beings by virtue of their humanity. But a review of the laws of different societies shows that the rights accorded a person vary from society to society and even within a society over time. Since there is no right that is universally protected, there are no natural rights. A defender of the theory that natural rights do exist might respond to this objection by arguing that

(A) some human beings do not have any natural rights
(B) some human rights are natural while others derive from a source such as a constitution
(C) people in one society may have natural rights that people in another society lack
(D) all societies have some institution that protects the rights of an individual in that society
(E) natural rights may exist even though they are not protected by some societies

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Some philosophers have argued that there exist certain human or natural rights that belong to all human beings by virtue of their humanity. But a review of the laws of different societies shows that the rights accorded a person vary from society to society and even within a society over time. Since there is no right that is universally protected, there are no natural rights. A defender of the theory that natural rights do exist might respond to this objection by arguing that

(A) some human beings do not have any natural rights
(B) some human rights are natural while others derive from a source such as a constitution
(C) people in one society may have natural rights that people in another society lack
(D) all societies have some institution that protects the rights of an individual in that society
(E) natural rights may exist even though they are not protected by some societies

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"Since there is no right that is universally protected, there are no natural rights"

E says that there are natural right but they are not protected by some societies ...

Not entirely convinced , but by POE ,E seems consistent with the Argument ...Rest other out of scope to me ....

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E clearly Says there is natural Right. But They are not protected by Some society
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