Free to Choose

The international bestseller on the extent to which personal freedom has been eroded by government regulations and agencies while personal prosperity has been undermined by government spending and economic controls.

Author: Milton Friedman

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780547539751

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 360

View: 798

The international bestseller on the extent to which personal freedom has been eroded by government regulations and agencies while personal prosperity has been undermined by government spending and economic controls. New Foreword by the Authors; Index.

Programmed by God or Free to Choose

If we take away genuine human freedom of choice, we empty of sense all the flow
of Old Testament history. What could be more obvious than that the chosen
people had very real autonomous choices set before them. “I call heaven and
earth ...

Author: Dudley Ward

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1498275427

Category: Religion

Page: 142

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Are we in fact more than just inert clay in the divine Potter's hands? This book seeks to prove conclusively from Scripture that mankind's freedom to seek God was not retracted at the fall, and that all humanity's sins were borne on the cross by the Lord Jesus Christ. The five points of Calvinism under scrutiny, often known by their acronym, TULIP, are a resume of doctrines formulated at the Council of Dort in 1619. This council maintained that the fall of Adam resulted in the inability of man to seek, or even to desire to seek, God. The Council of Dort declared that only those who have received prior regenerating grace are in fact capable of seeking Him. As you read this book, you will see that God has sovereignly decided to preserve genuine human freedom of choice, and that this brings Him glory and delight. You will also see that predestination is not about who is destined to become a Christian, but about whom a Christian is destined to become.

Freedom to Choose

You are free to use a different form. Part 1 of this form is a power of ... You may
also name an alternate agent to act for you if your first choice is not willing, able,
or reasonably available to make decisions for you. (Your agent may not be an ...

Author: Burnell M. Burnell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351844261

Category: Psychology

Page: 168

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"Freedom of Information in a Post 9-11 World" is, to date, the first international scholarly examination of the impact of the terrorist attack on the United States in terms of how it may alter academic and corporate research, as well as the sharing of information generated by that research, by international colleagues in technological fields. The collection of essays brings together a widely varied panel of communications experts from different backgrounds and cultures to focus their expertise on the ramifications of this world-changing event. Drawing upon the related but separate disciplines of law, interpersonal communication, semiotics, rhetoric, management, information sciences, and education, the collection adds new insight to the potential future challenges high-tech professionals and academics will face in a global community that now seems much less communal than it did prior to September 11, 2001.In "Freedom to Choose: How to Make End-of-Life Decisions on Your Own Terms", young persons, baby boomers, and "senior citizens" alike will find the information they need to make intelligent, informed, and well-planned decisions about end-of-life care, and to clearly state their wishes based on personal, cultural, religious, and family values. In direct and simple language, Dr. Burnell describes how to prepare for a smooth transition to end-of-life care and what to do to prevent family conflicts, overcome death fears and anxiety, and achieve peace of mind for our loved ones and ourselves.The book gives practical advice on how to make decisions about end-of-life care and how to prepare a living will and durable power of attorney for health care. Dr. Burnell provides guidelines at the end of each chapter on what to consider before preparing these important documents: how to preserve one's rights as a patient; how to choose the right doctor; the best place to be when critically ill; the laws governing advance directives; and the best alternatives for end-of-life care, such as good pain control and assisted dying (where this is legal). "Freedom to Choose" provides a user-friendly approach to facing these difficult decisions. It includes extensive lists of resources and organizations, and a glossary necessary for understanding the issues at hand. As this book makes clear, preparing an advance directive and knowing all the available options at the end of life are the most important steps for achieving peace of mind.The primary audience is anyone, young or old, who needs to prepare a set of advance directives: healthy people, for themselves or their loved ones who are seriously ill or on life support, and people with a terminal illness. The secondary audience is health professionals who deal with people in end-of-life care or with decision-makers on end-of-life issues: primary care physicians; nurses; geriatricians; psychiatrists; hospice doctors, nurses, and volunteer staff; caregivers for the seriously ill; oncologists; interns and residents; counselors; family therapists; psychologists; social workers who work with the dying and bereaved; attorneys; thanatologists; estate planning advisors; senior citizen center staff; college teachers in death and dying courses; professionals taking courses in psychology, gerontology, thanatology, nursing, and social work.

Free to Choose

This "Women's Guide to Reproductive Freedom" is a collection of articles about abortion. The zine discusses the history of illegal abortions, the creation of the Abortion Handbook, and the women-run abortion collective Jane in Chicago.

Author: Esther Eberhardt

Publisher: Real World

ISBN: 9781621061106

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 24

View: 445

This "Women's Guide to Reproductive Freedom" is a collection of articles about abortion. The zine discusses the history of illegal abortions, the creation of the Abortion Handbook, and the women-run abortion collective Jane in Chicago. The zine also includes descriptions of menstrual extraction and abortion processes.

Decisive Activators 1142 to Choose a Healthier Happier and Disease free Life

I am free to make my own choices and decisions. I enjoy being alone by myself. I
come from the loving space of my heart, and I know that love opens all doors. I
am deeply fulfilled by all that I do. I acknowledge the blessings I have received in
 ...

Author: Nicholas Mag

Publisher: Nicholas Mag

ISBN:

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page:

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The Miracle! In this book Nicholas presents you a practical, unique, subliminal, very simple, detailed method of how to Choose a Healthier, Happier, and Disease-free Life. You will feel the effects immediately and the results will appear very quickly! So it was in my case. You will not achieve fulfillment and happiness until YOU become the architect of your own reality. Imagine that with a few moments each day, you could begin the powerful transformation toward complete control of your own life and well being through this unique, subliminal method combined with positive affirmations. The order of words is extremely important for every book written by Nicholas. These are arranged to be traversed in a certain way so as to eliminate certain blockages in the human being, blockages that are bringing disease or failure on various plans. You don't need a big chunk of your time or expensive programs. Everything is extremely simple! Health, money, prosperity, abundance, safety, stability, sociability, charisma, sexual vitality, erotic attraction, will, optimism, perseverance, self-confidence, tenacity, courage, love, loving relationships, self-control, self-esteem, enthusiasm , refinement, intuition, detachment, intelligence, mental calm, power of concentration, exceptional memory, aspiration, transcendence, wisdom, compassion. You have the ability to unlock your full inner-potential and achieve your ultimate goals. This is the age-old secret of the financial elite, world class scholars, and Olympic champions. For example, when you watch the Olympics, you'll find one consistency in all of the champions. Each one closes their eyes for a moment and clearly affirms & visualizes themselves completing the event flawlessly just before starting. Then they win gold medals and become champions. That's merely one example of how the real power of mind can elevate you above any of life's challenges. By reading this book, you will feel totally that life deserves to be lived and enjoyed every moment and that everything that you propose for yourself becomes easy for you to fulfill. Nicholas will guide you to touch your longed-for dream and will make you see life from a new perspective, full of freshness and success. This book helps you step by step, in a natural way, in just 3 minutes a day, to change your misguided way of thinking and to Choose a Healthier, Happier, and Disease-free Life. (NOTE: For good, Nicholas keep the price of the book as lower as he can, even if is a hard work behind this project. A significant portion of the earnings from the sale of the book are used for these purposes: for charity, volunteer projects, nature restoration, and other inspired ideas to do good where it is needed. If you can not afford to buy the book please contact Nicholas and he will give you a free copy.) You, also have a bonus in the pages of the book that makes you live your success by doing a seemingly trivial thing. You will feel the difference. Yes. The Miracle is possible! Get Your Copy Now!

Free to Choose

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Category: Europe, Eastern

Page: 30

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Choosing Not to Choose

The claim is that in many contexts people affirmatively like to choose and active
choosing is desirable for that reason. ... If such rules are in place, people do
retain freedom of choice, and they can reject the default if they want to exercise
that ...

Author: Cass R. Sunstein

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190231718

Category: Law

Page: 232

View: 687

Our ability to make choices is fundamental to our sense of ourselves as human beings, and essential to the political values of freedom-protecting nations. Whom we love; where we work; how we spend our time; what we buy; such choices define us in the eyes of ourselves and others, and much blood and ink has been spilt to establish and protect our rights to make them freely. Choice can also be a burden. Our cognitive capacity to research and make the best decisions is limited, so every active choice comes at a cost. In modern life the requirement to make active choices can often be overwhelming. So, across broad areas of our lives, from health plans to energy suppliers, many of us choose not to choose. By following our default options, we save ourselves the costs of making active choices. By setting those options, governments and corporations dictate the outcomes for when we decide by default. This is among the most significant ways in which they effect social change, yet we are just beginning to understand the power and impact of default rules. Many central questions remain unanswered: When should governments set such defaults, and when should they insist on active choices? How should such defaults be made? What makes some defaults successful while others fail? Cass R. Sunstein has long been at the forefront of developing public policy and regulation to use government power to encourage people to make better decisions. In this major new book, Choosing Not to Choose, he presents his most complete argument yet for how we should understand the value of choice, and when and how we should enable people to choose not to choose. The onset of big data gives corporations and governments the power to make ever more sophisticated decisions on our behalf, defaulting us to buy the goods we predictably want, or vote for the parties and policies we predictably support. As consumers we are starting to embrace the benefits this can bring. But should we? What will be the long-term effects of limiting our active choices on our agency? And can such personalized defaults be imported from the marketplace to politics and the law? Confronting the challenging future of data-driven decision-making, Sunstein presents a manifesto for how personalized defaults should be used to enhance, rather than restrict, our freedom and well-being.

Free to Say No

Free Will in Augustine's Evolving Doctrines of Grace and Election Eric L. Jenkins.
and yet came not ... 124 However, in Confessions, as in many ofthe middle works
, the will remains free to choose how it will respond to grace. In Answer to Felix, ...

Author: Eric L. Jenkins

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1621899195

Category: Religion

Page: 146

View: 657

For centuries Augustine's theory of free will has been used to explain why God is not the author of evil and humans are morally responsible for sin. Yet, when he embraced the doctrines of unconditional election and operative grace, Augustine began modifying his theory of free will. His final works claim his evolved notion of free will remained consistent with his early view, but this claim has provoked significant debate. Some scholars take him at his word, interpreting his teachings on free will in light of his later predestination teachings. Others reject his claim of continuity and warn of great inconsistencies between his early and later works. Few have undertaken a thorough study of Augustine's works to compare his early notion of free will with his later theory of predestination. Free To Say No? is a detailed study of Augustine's work that presents clear evidence in Augustine's own words for a significant discontinuity between his early and later theories--especially the disappearance of the will's freedom to say "No"--and offers some fascinating insights as to why Augustine proposed such drastic changes.

Free to Choose Forgivenesses Journal

This amazing journal will help you on your journey to forgiveness! Choose to forgive and free yourself to live an amazing and joyful life! Norma has created this incredible book to help you get started on the road to forgiveness !

Author: Norma McLauchlin

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 238

View: 211

This amazing journal will help you on your journey to forgiveness! Choose to forgive and free yourself to live an amazing and joyful life! Norma has created this incredible book to help you get started on the road to forgiveness !

Control and Constraint in E Learning Choosing When to Choose

Choosing When to Choose Dron, Jon ... Often mistakenly confused with free
software, open source is concerned with the availability of source code for
modification rather than how much it costs—free as in speech, not free as in beer.
Having ...

Author: Dron, Jon

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1599043920

Category: Education

Page: 366

View: 415

"This book unifies and synthesizes an assortment of theories about learner control, autonomy, self-direction, adult learning for educationalists, e-learning practitioners and e-learning developers; it provides a theoretical approach to building computer systems to support adults learning via the Internet, existing e-learning environments and how they should be used, and the process of education in general"--Provided by publisher.

From Pastor to Atheist

Responsibility for choosing the good or the not good lies only and exclusively
with humans. The ability to choose ... within each person. An aside—I prefer to
call the human condition of choice the ability to choose not the freedom to choose
.

Author: Larry Cartford

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1450085857

Category: Religion

Page: 107

View: 439

Religion has been a powerful and determinative force in human life ever since the beginning of time. Many religions have flourished, then died. Yet the basic dynamics of religion have not changed. Religions seek to promote the gods they create, instill fear, divide people, and control behavior. After disclosing religions for what they are- manipulative and domineering- a non-god way of life is presented. What religions consider to be their exclusive domains, eternal life, spirituality, morality and truth, are exposed as not solely theirs. Spirituality and morality are presented as an innate depth of human beingness in all people. Eternal life is offered as the noble destiny for all people not dependent on what gods are accepted. Truth is to be known through reason, not revelation. To break unconditionally the power of religion the nexus must be changed from gods to humans at the center. No longer ask, What do the gods want? instead. What do humans need? Along with a non-god way of life a world without religion is discussed which elucidates a new way of beauty, openness and peace. For all people seeking an alternative way of life not controlled by religion or revelation this book offers a non-god way of life.

Free to Choose Forgiveness Vol II

Author: Norma McLauchlin

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781952315114

Category:

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Buddhism

Yet free will and conscious choice are present in and inform each and every
action . The individual is free to choose , but not free to evade the consequences
of those choices . Once there is action with intention , the results inexorably follow
.

Author:

Publisher: Dharma Realm Buddhist Association

ISBN: 9780881395174

Category: Buddhism

Page: 121

View: 152


Freedom Teleology and Evil

Whatever she chooses to do, she has to make a choice soon so that she can
have her tax return to the post office by 5:00 in the afternoon. She has ...
According to PAP, Betty is morally responsible only if she was free to choose
otherwise.

Author: Stewart Goetz

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1441101896

Category: Religion

Page: 218

View: 423

In Freedom, Teleology, and Evil Stewart Goetz defends the existence of libertarian freedom of the will. He argues that choices are essentially uncaused events with teleological explanations in the form of reasons or purposes. Because choices are uncaused events with teleological explanations, whenever agents choose they are free to choose otherwise. Given this freedom to choose otherwise, agents are morally responsible for how they choose. Thus, Goetz advocates and defends the principle of alternative possibilities which states that agents are morally responsible for a choice only if they are free to choose otherwise. Finally, given that agents have libertarian freedom, Goetz contends that this freedom is integral to the construction of a theodicy which explains why God allows evil.

Legal Reductionism and Freedom

The analysis hence does not focus on establishing what it means to say that an
individual is free or not free to choose, but rather on what degree of overall
freedom of choice an individual can be said to derive from a set of choice options.

Author: Martin V.B.P.M. van Hees

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401094535

Category: Philosophy

Page: 204

View: 947

Martin van Hees presents a new approach to the study of law - legal reductionism - which combines elements of legal positivism, new institutionalism and decision theory. From legal positivism Van Hees derives some fundamental insights into the nature of legal systems, but he also revises some of its key tenets. He argues that law can be reduced to facts; moreover, he re-establishes the relation between law and morality by arguing that law and positive morality are inherently related. He subsequently uses decision-theoretic tools to develop and defend his reductionist methodology. The second part of the study applies the resulting approach to an analysis of legal freedom. By showing that legal reductionism allows us to analyse the value of liberal legal systems, Van Hees makes a forceful case for including the study of law in moral and political philosophy. The book is accessible to a wide readership, including legal and moral philosophers, political theorists and social scientists.

Free to Choose Self Worth

Make your eternal salvation secure today. Your choice will determine your destiny. This study is divided into eight weeks and will include reading the Free to Choose Self-Worth book and its accompanying assignments.

Author: Norma McLauchlin

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 100

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This study was God-given and developed for the purpose of helping Christians and non-Christians come to the knowledge that they are "free to choose." God gives you the freedom to makechoices about what you think is going to be good or even best for you. Therefore, when you decide not to choose, you, in all actuality, are making a choice. The point is that to decide not to choose good is always a choice to choose evil. Jesus said, "He that is not with Me is against Me, and he that gathered not with Me scattered abroad" (Matthew 12:30). If you do not crown Jesus, you crucify Him. There is no middle ground. Don't think that you have forever to make up your mind whether you'regoing to be a follower of Jesus Christ or not. Make your eternal salvation secure today. Your choice will determine your destiny. This study is divided into eight weeks and will include reading the Free to Choose Self-Worth book and its accompanying assignments. The outcome and end results of your growth depend on you. You will need a right and willing spirit to sustain you (Psalm 51:10) throughout.

Michigan Business Review

But if we are perfectly free and yet feel incompetent to choose , we are at any rate
free to choose among advisers and counsellors , who can help us decide what
we want ; and among coaches and managers , who can help us decide how to ...

Author:

Publisher: UM Libraries

ISBN:

Category: Industries

Page:

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Preference Pollution

Freedom. to. Choose. Free Choice and Free Will The strong case for a free-
market economy rests on the assumption that people can intelligently choose, but
precisely what it means to exercise “free choice” has rarely been of much
concern to ...

Author: David George

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472023493

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 216

View: 474

Seldom considered is whether markets do an adequate job of shaping our tastes. David George argues that they do not, and that the standard economic definition of efficiency can be used to demonstrate that the market ignores people's desires about their desires. He concludes that markets perform poorly with respect to second-order preferences, thus worsening the problem of undesired desires. The book further investigates changes in perceptions and public policy toward such activities as gambling, credit, entertainment, and sexual behavior. David George is Chair and Professor Economics, LaSalle University.

The Rise and Fall of Self

The Power of Choice While we do not have absolute or independent rule over
our lives we do have immense power. The ability to ... (John 8:36) We have this
tremendous power because the Father has decreed that we are free to choose.

Author: William Landon

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595825192

Category: Religion

Page: 198

View: 788

It is beyond debate that the world is troubled with numerous problems. We live in a time of political, economic and social uncertainty. While all of us earnestly hope that these problems will be worked out, we all differ widely in our views of the best route to get to these solutions. Perhaps the most basic issue in seeking solutions to our problems is the identification of the cause or source of these problems. As the world is an interconnected system where we all have some impact on the whole, it is logical to assume that the most basic issues of the world's problems lie within each of us individually. This book takes this approach. If we are to ever hope to move toward solutions to the world situation we must begin with each of our own individual situations. This is not a look at our physical situation but with our psychological and spiritual situation. The only way we can ever hope to build a better world is to build better people. The making of better people begins with a proper constitution of our "self" or the person we truly are. In the end, there are only two versions of our self that we can elect to live in-the independent self or the individual self. One of these versions leads to a life of bondage and the other leads to a healthy life of positive impact. This impact touches both our own life and the condition of all those we have contact with.

The Push Guide to Choosing a University

Even at A level ( or Highers in Scotland ) , it ' s more about filling your brain than
setting it free . At university ... As an undergraduate you have far more freedom to
choose what you study and what you want to say about it . Original thought is a ...

Author: Jonathan Rich

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN: 9780748790272

Category: College students

Page: 252

View: 264

This compact guide sets out to advise young people on what to consider before making decisions about attending university. It encourages them to question if university is for them and if so what they should think about before choosing a university.