Considering the randomness of personality types across the vast numbers of humanity's current population, if society does decide to provide all those rights and enforce the defending of them with systemic practices and policies, I think we would have enough people devoted to work and progress to have a much better world than if we continue on a competitive market driven social system and economy.
Regardless of what system we end up with mankind will not mature as a species until we collectively and systematically stop the greedy and ruthless among us from taking so much more than any one of us should have a right to possess. Those with such skills and drive will of course still naturally obtain the best of what there is but clearly, with limited resources and with any consideration of human rights we must necessarily limit the resources available to any single individual.
The absurdly gifted among us will be granted discretion over vast resources to propel mankind forward only in a group sense. Their gifts will not be lost by forbidding them undue personal power. Indeed the many hundreds of Sauron's rings of personal wealth all need to be cast into their hundreds of Mount Dooms. Far more of the gifted that are presently held back by the childish whim of mad dynastic power brokers will rise from the ranks of humanity and carry technology and human maturity forward on huge wave unfettered by the crushing market competition. Beauty will flourish rather than have to make a profit. Like Mr. Lennon, for now, I can only Imagine ...
You will never find a stronger proponent of individual rights than myself, but, it is categorically (IMHO) not the right of any one person to take, possess, be given, or otherwise obtain hundreds of times more than even the least of his fellow humans. Frankly, it's morally absurd.