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This question is more-or-less answered in my paper: Taking Freedom Seriously: A Pre-Legal Model of Freedom, Interferences, Rights and Duties. The key problem with this question is that it is using freedom in two senses: (1) a particular freedom and (2) all freedoms. Every particular freedom creates an unfreedom through interference. There is essentially a ...


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Freedom is always the freedom of choice. Regardless of the circumstances you can and you must choose what you do. The circumstances can only limit the number and quality of options available but in the end you make the final choice. Always. We are determined to be free, we did not choose to be free and we cannot choose to be unfree. Freedom is the ...


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