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Freedom is not subjective at all : it is a the contact point between individalindividual and societysociety.

In principle, modern democraciesmodern democracies grant to each individual belonging to that society a full control over individual existence.

But that control needs a correct "operation" of society : government, law, etc.

In order to operate correctly, the governed society needs that individuals give away at part their autonomy.

This implies a certain amount of shared goals, objevtives, values, behaviour.

In other words, the "individual space" of pure freedom (a sort of social monadmonad) must interact with the external world, and this means to limit it.

Thus, we have a tension that sometime, somewhere generategenerates a crisis in the democratic societies: see the current Populist trend in Western world.

Freedom is not subjective at all : it is a the contact point between individal and society.

In principle, modern democracies grant to each individual belonging to that society a full control over individual existence.

But that control needs a correct "operation" of society : government, law, etc.

In order to operate correctly, the governed society needs that individuals give away at part their autonomy.

This implies a certain amount of shared goals, objevtives, values, behaviour.

In other words, the "individual space" of pure freedom (a sort of social monad) must interact with the external world, and this means to limit it.

Thus, we have a tension that sometime, somewhere generate a crisis in the democratic societies: see the current Populist trend in Western world.

Freedom is not subjective at all : it is the contact point between individual and society.

In principle, modern democracies grant to each individual belonging to that society a full control over individual existence.

But that control needs a correct "operation" of society : government, law, etc.

In order to operate correctly, the governed society needs that individuals give away at part their autonomy.

This implies a certain amount of shared goals, objevtives, values, behaviour.

In other words, the "individual space" of pure freedom (a sort of social monad) must interact with the external world, and this means to limit it.

Thus, we have a tension that sometime, somewhere generates a crisis in the democratic societies: see the current Populist trend in Western world.

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Freedom is not subjective at all : it is a the contact point between individal and society.

In principle, modern democracies grant to each individual belonging to that society a full control over individual existence.

But that control needs a correct "operation" of society : government, law, etc.

In order to operate correctly, the governed society needs that individuals give away at part their autonomy.

This implies a certain amount of shared goals, objevtives, values, behaviour.

In other words, the "individual space" of pure freedom (a sort of social monad) must interact with the external world, and this means to limit it.

Thus, we have a tension that sometime, somewhere generate a crisis in the democratic societies: see the current Populist trend in Western world.