No Right is absolute, exclusive or inviolable
UPSC Critical Reading
No Right is absolute, exclusive or inviolable. The Right of personal property, similarly, has to be perceived in the larger context of its assumed legitimacy. The Right of personal property should unite the principle of liberty with that of equality, and both with the principle of cooperation.
In the light of the argument in the above passage, which one of the following statements is the most convincing explanation?
- Personal property is a theft and an instrument of exploitation. The Right of personal property is therefore violative of economic justice.
- The Right of personal property is a Natural Right duly supported by statutes and scriptures.
- The comprehensive idea of economic justice demands that the Right of each person to acquisition of property has to be reconciled with that of others.
- The Right of personal property is violative of distributive justice and negates the principle of cooperation.
The correct option is C.