Rights and Natural Rights a. What is a “natural right?” What are some other possible sources of rights? b. What is the relationship between natural rights and so-called “social contracts?” c. Why does Blackburn pick the example of a marriage for a discussion of rights? d. Explain the conflict between the individual and the collective inherent in debates about rights. e. Explain John Locke’s and Thomas Hobbes’ view on the State of Nature and the sorts of Social Contracts that would come from the State of Nature.