Parents have a fundamental right to raise and educate their children as they see fit. Their authority precedes that of the state.
Whatever view might be taken philosophically or psychologically of the issue, what is clear is that the very notion of ‘Gender fluidity’ and of kindred notions is theoretically hig
A new book defends the view that parents have primary authority over their children. The role of the state is to help parents, not to take over tasks that are properly parental.
Children are young human beings. Some children are very young human beings. As human beings children evidently have a certain moral status. There are things that should not be done
As early theories of rights developed in the seventeenth century, the idea that parents had extensive and strongly protected rights over their children was largely unquestioned. In
To be a parent comprises two different functions, procreating and childrearing. In practice, they are usually bundled: most procreators also rear their offspring, and hence are the
The family in the modern world, as much as and perhaps more than any other institution, has been beset by the many profound and rapid changes that have affected society and culture
Since they have conferred life on their children, parents have the original, primary and inalienable right to educate them; hence they must be acknowledged as the first and foremos