Document Type : Research Article

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Associate Professor, Faculty of Law and Political Science, University of Tehran

Abstract

Anthropology of the natural rights of man and its psychology can be compatible since the rights of man can be divided into two fixed and variable rights both of which play a shared role in the establishment of human rights and civil rights. But that part of human rights that finds meaning in social matters and is refined in the passage of time and change of place may not remain fixed and invariable and depending on its priorities in collective happiness, each society may prefer some elements over some others which cannot be necessarily generalized or experienced and may differ from one society to another. The only invariable element among these rights is fundamental human rights which can be restricted and limited under collective conditions. This forms the foundation of the theory of relativity in civil rights concerning natural rights of man. 
many explicit rights in international human rights documents. 
  
The author tries to demonstrate that seeds of human rights have been scattered in the rich soil of the theory of natural rights, being effective in flourishing human rights; therefore, not be separated from its roots, not needless to it.

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