The right to liberty can espouse any number of things. Much of everything else that you consider a privilege or permission probably falls under the right to liberty.The only rights that exist (not talking about man's conceptions) are:
The right to Life and Liberty; to Worship; to Free Speech; to Purchase and Use Property; to Purchase, Own, and Carry Individual Defensive Weapons including Firearms; to Protect the Innocent; to Corporally Punish one's Children; to Due Process of Law; and to Fail.
Everything else is a privilege or permission.
When you claim this kind of thing you strip the concept of rights of any actual meaning. My neighbor was killed by a drunk driver. Should I go to his grave and say don't worry you have the absolute right to life, JR says so. He will still be dead.If there's an agreement, then it's not a right.
Right's are inherent, they're not dependent on an agreement.
Rights are contingent on an explicit or implicit social contracts. Rights have limits. There are legitimate circumstances when they will be impinged upon by the government, and sometimes private citizens. Rights are not absolute in that there is no guarantee that they cannot be illegitimately violated. Persons have a corollary right to recourse when their rights are violated that the government is willing to enforce.
Your life could be taken in mistaken self-defense whereby you are incorrectly perceived as an aggressor and killed for it. It is quite possible no criminal charges succeed in punishing your killer. Your family may get survivor damages if your attacker is deemed negligent.The right to Life
The state can end your life but only after due process.
You can be legitimately ordered to shelter in place during a hurricane or infectious disease emergency. If you do not comply, you can rightfully be jailed.and Liberty;
If your worship behavior includes elements that is legislated against for all persons, you can be be prosecuted.to Worship;
If you yell "Fallacy of Appeal to Incredulity" in a group of atheists, you will be held liable for damage incurred by the crowd trying to exit the building.to Free Speech;
Property can be appropriated for public use along as you are fairly compensated.to Purchase and Use Property;
Not if you have a felony.to Purchase, Own, and Carry Individual Defensive Weapons including Firearms;
Not if you leave a bruise. CPS will open a case on you.to Corporally Punish one's Children;
One right you exercise continually.and to Fail.
Semantics. Also, as noted above, your rights can be legitimately curtailed due to circumstance that you did not even create. A compelling government interest can trump your rights legitimately. A criminal or interloper can violate your rights. You will have recourse but no absolute guarantee. Aspirations of absolute morality are borne of binary thinking not realism.Inalienable means that it cannot be taken away. The right to life cannot be taken away by men. It can be FORFEITED by committing a capital crime, AKA a crime worthy of the death penalty. Only the government has the right to enact punishments for crime, however, including the death penalty.