|Natural rights are metanormative principles that regulate the conditions under which moral conduct and human flourishing can take place. The individual right to liberty secures the possibility of self-direction in a social context. To secure individuals’ natural rights, men must seek to establish the structural political conditions that protect that possibility. Each person must be accorded a secure moral space over which he has freedom to act and to pursue his personal flourishing. Individual human flourishing is the standard underpinning the assessment that a goal is rational and should be sought. People are moral agents whose project it is to excel at being the particular human being that one is.|
This part I like the most, because even though it's a form of natural rights, it's a form I can accept because it doesn't make an ethereal pleading to God, or Nature. It simply observes the fact that humans are metaphysically individual, thus their actions must be taken into account as such, which means rights are necessary to ensure a group of humans can survive [and thrive] to their own respective benefit. Moreover, it really simplifies the whole issue of rights within just a paragraph, too, which makes it easy to reference. ;)
Good job, and keep it up.