Natural rights are rights not dependent upon laws, customs, or beliefs. There are three natural, or inalienable, rights laid out by the Declaration of Independence. These are the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
For the religiously inclined, inalienable rights are bestowed by the Creator. For the less religious, we choose to bestow them upon ourselves. The assertion that a right is inalienable only means that we don't think it should ever be violated… Full Answer
Consider the term 'alien' as in " illegal aliens". Inalienable rights will therefore mean those rights which a person has and which cannot be made foreign to him or her as per any legal provisions in place or which may… Full Answer
At the early common law of property, to alienate meant to convey property away from oneself. In the context of the rights of man, inalienable rights are those you cannot give away; they are irrevocably intrinsic to humanity.