The divine rights of humanity, no longer of kingly cabbages.
Feudal monarchies in Europe were based on the divine rights of kings.
Thanks to his persecutors, he made a religion of everything he undertook and regarded his civil rights as divine rights.
Governments are based on expediencies and changing circumstances, not on immutable principles or divine rights.
To betray or resist these divine rights, or to confound them, was accordingly a sin of the first magnitude.
The university professors were instructed to impress the students with the necessity and divine rights of an absolute ruler.
It has shown the victory of justice and of freedom and established the divine rights of the people.
Under theory of the divine rights of man, society has everywhere been permeated with disregard for womans rights of person.
The divine rights of cabbages and of kings are also shared by mere newspaper men.
In event of foreign attack Karl would subscribe without reserve to the "divine rights" of William.