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 Liberty - Philosophy Dictionary of Arguments
Liberty: Liberty is the ability to make one's own choices and to live one's life as one sees fit, without interference from others. It is a fundamental human right, and it is essential for a just and equitable society. See also Society, Freedom, Justice, Equality, Rights, Individuals, Liberalism.
Annotation: The above characterizations of concepts are neither definitions nor exhausting presentations of problems related to them. Instead, they are intended to give a short introduction to the contributions below. – Lexicon of Arguments.
Author Item    More concepts for author
Berlin, Isaiah Liberty   Berlin, Isaiah
Böckenförde, Ernst-Wolfgang Liberty   Böckenförde, Ernst-Wolfgang
Bosanquet, Bernard Liberty   Bosanquet, Bernard
Constant, Benjamin Liberty   Constant, Benjamin
Friedman, Milton Liberty   Friedman, Milton
Fukuyama, Francis Liberty   Fukuyama, Francis
Montesquieu, Ch.-L. de Secondat Liberty   Montesquieu, Ch.-L. de Secondat
Nussbaum, Martha Liberty   Nussbaum, Martha
Pettit, Philip Liberty   Pettit, Philip
Rawls, John Liberty   Rawls, John
Rousseau, J.-J. Liberty   Rousseau, J.-J.
Sen, Amartya Liberty   Sen, Amartya
Spengler, Oswald Liberty   Spengler, Oswald
Tocqueville, Alexis de Liberty   Tocqueville, Alexis de

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