Freedom: Reassessments and Rephrasings By Jose V. Ciprut
Publisher: The MIT Press 2009-03-27 | 376 Pages | ISBN: 0262033879 | PDF | 1.3 MB
Some philosophers conceive freedom as a state; others view it as an ideal. A songwriter sees it as a way of life: "Like a bird on a wire, like a drunk in a midnight choir, I have tried in my way to be free." The embattled statesman and the political idealist perceive causal links among personal freedoms, societal democracy, and global peace. In this cross-disciplinary volume, interlinked contributions reassess and rephrase the conceptualizations and theorizations of freedom and their applicability to daily life. Framed by historical contexts, the field-specific studies offered help reconcile theory and practice. The unique ideational framework reflected in this book can be paraphrased in six words, a question mark, and a (muted) exclamation point: Freedom? Beware what you wish for (!).
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