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Rights are mutual reciprocal agreements between sentient beings, or those who may become sentient.
Let's take a moment to disecct the presented definition and the rationalizations that lead to this conclusion.
Anarchism does not rely on a Natural Rights theory in the philosophy and instead acknowledges a lack of compelling evidence for the existence of said rights. Because of this, modern anarchical philosophy relies on a construction of rights that most accurately fits reality (the rights defined in this article), and as such does not prescribe any sort of inherent or unalienable quality to said rights. Political Libertarians, conservatives, religious individuals or sects, and classical liberals, typically tend to take the most issue with this observation.