Freedom. as. a. Triadic. Concept. I. Introduction Of the many critical responses to
Berlin's 'Two Concepts of Liberty', Gerald MacCallum's 1967 essay 'Negative and
Positive Freedom' has been among the most influential. Philosophically, the ...

Author: Katrin Flikschuh

Publisher: Polity

ISBN: 0745624383

Category: Philosophy

Page: 200

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In this engaging new book, Katrin Flikschuh offers an accessible introduction to divergent conceptions of freedom in contemporary liberal political philosophy. Beginning with a discussion of Isaiah Berlin's seminal distinction between negative and positive liberty, the book goes on to consider Gerald MacCallums alternative proposal of freedom as a triadic concept. The abiding influence of Berlin's argument on the writings of contemporary liberal philosophers such as Robert Nozick, Hillel Steiner, Ronald Dworkin and Joseph Raz, is fully explored in subsequent chapters. Flikschuh shows that, instead of just one negative and one positive freedom tradition, contemporary liberal thinkers articulate the meaning and significance of liberal freedom in many different and often conflicting ways. What should we make of such diversity and disagreement? Should it undermine our confidence in the coherence of liberal freedom? Should we strive towards greater conceptual and normative unity? Flikschuh argues that moral and political disagreement about freedom can often be traced back to differences in underlying metaphysical presuppositions and commitments. Yet these differences do not show liberal freedom debates to be confused or incoherent. On the contrary, they demonstrate the centrality of this philosophically elusive idea to the continued vitality of liberal political thinking.

Freedom Fighters of India in Four Volumes

1 Role of Women in Indian Freedom Struggle The initiative , courage and
leadership women displayed in the political movements for Independence from
colonial rule have given them far reaching importance in the Indian society .
During the ...

Author: Lion M.G. Agrawal

Publisher: Gyan Publishing House

ISBN: 9788182054684

Category: India

Page: 1192

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In the long drawn political struggle for the attainment of swaraj several leaders representing various regions of our sub-continent played their historic role. Each volume contains the significant phase of the movement which generated the spirit of patriotism among the millons of people. This multivolume work illuminates the role played by the Freedom Fighters during the freedom struggle. In fact, besides majority community, all minorities have played important role in freedom struggle. Dalit leaders equally played important role in 1857. This multivolume work thus highlights the contributions of people from all sections of society in the freedom movement during Indian freedom.This is an attempt to draw upon their remembrance of the freedom struggle. Efforts have been made to include Freedom Fighters from various regions. The reminiscences of these unsung heroes reveal deep dedication and spirit with which they fought against the atrocities of the British risking their life and profession.The history of Freedom Movement would be incomplete without mentioning the contribution of women. In the Volume IV, we can study about women who participated in the freedom struggle and made rich contribution in various ways. Some of them were imprisoned, fined and suffered for freedom, and their contributions cannot be overlooked. The great contributions of these ladies and lords should be brought to the knowledge of the present generation, and this would be the best way to pay homage to them.This multivolume is a tribute to the Freedom Fighters in India s freedom movement.

Freedom of Speech and Its Limits

Speech Controversy The legal systems of the United Kingdom , Canada ,
Australia , New Zealand and most other modern states prohibit the dissemination
of ...

Author: Wojciech Sadurski

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402002816

Category: Philosophy

Page: 240

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In authoritarian states, the discourse on freedom of speech, conducted by those opposed to non-democratic governments, focuses on the core aspects of this freedom: on a right to criticize the government, a right to advocate theories arid ideologies contrary to government-imposed orthodoxy, a right to demand institutional reforms, changes in politics, resignation of the incompetent and the corrupt from positions of authority. The claims for freedom of speech focus on those exercises of freedom that are most fundamental and most beneficial to citizens - and which are denied to them by the government. But in a by-and large democratic polity, where these fundamental benefits of freedom of speech are generally enjoyed by the citizens, the public and scholarly discourse on freedom of speech hovers about the peripheries of that freedom; the focus is on its outer boundaries rather than at the central territory of freedom of speech. Those borderline cases, in which people who are otherwise genuinely committed to the core aspects of freedom of speech may sincerely disagree, include pornography, racist hate speech and religious bigoted expressions, defamation of politicians and of private persons, contempt of court, incitement to violence, disclosure of military or commercial secrets, advertising of merchandise such as alcohol or cigarettes or of services and entertainment such as gambling and prostitution.

Freedom of Association

FREEDOM. OF. ASSOCIATION. Peter. De. Marneffe. IN On Liberty, Mill identifies
"liberty of combination" as one of the liberties essential to a free society — along
with liberty of thought and discussion and liberty of tastes and pursuits — and he

Author: Amy Gutmann

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691057590

Category: Philosophy

Page: 382

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Americans are joiners--of churches, community associations, and service organizations of all kinds. This volume explores the individual and civic values of associational freedom in a liberal democracy.

Foucault on Freedom

The different meanings of freedom I have attempted to show so far in this , and
the previous chapters , that when freedom in Foucault's thought is brought into
the realm of ethics and politics , it becomes a concrete practice as well as a
historical ...

Author: Johanna Oksala

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521847797

Category: History

Page: 223

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Oksala identifies the different interpretations of freedom in Foucault's philosophy and examines its three major divisions.

Press Freedom and Communication in Africa

Grosswiler INTRODUCTION Press freedom has progressed in Tanzania both in
objective and subjective terms , with , objectively , the emergence of a half dozen

Author: Festus Eribo

Publisher: Africa World Press

ISBN: 9780865435513

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 362

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Recent years have seen considerable growth in the media in Africa with increases in the number of newspapers and radio and television stations. At the same time there has been an increase in the number of arrests of journalists and broadcasters and various forms of censorship have been introduced. The essays in this volume examine press censorship, past and present, and bring a fresh perspective to the position of the mass media in the African continent.

Idealism and Freedom

Autonomy and spontaneity in Kant ' s conception of the self Although Kant never
developed what one might call a theory of the self , his virtual identification of
selfhood with freedom provided much of the material used by his idealistic ...

Author: Henry E. Allison

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521483377

Category: Philosophy

Page: 217

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This volume collects all Henry Allison's recent essays on Kant's theoretical and practical philosophy.

Freedom of Speech

have varied. Amid the theoretical debate, several justifications for the privileged
position of free speech remain prevalent. These justifications are that freedom of
speech (1) is necessary for self-government, (2) facilitates the societal search for

Author: Keith Werhan

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313319976

Category: Law

Page: 176

View: 728

Provides a contemporary approach to protecting the First Amendment by looking at the evolution of free speech thought.

The Tragedy of Human Freedom

mension of freedom always presupposes a physical , material aspect , the
relational dimension presupposes time . “ Your freedom has only brought misery
” The ' lesson of history ' does not automatically lead us to human freedom . It
seems ...

Author: M. E. Brinkman

Publisher: Rodopi

ISBN: 9789042011052

Category: Religion

Page: 190

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Human freedom has been the source of both the high points of humanity as well as of its low points, thus giving rise to the impression that it is a somewhat ambivalent concept. According to Martien Brinkman, the major factor in this ambivalence is the rather narrow meaning that the concept has received in the course of history. Freedom is, for the most part, understood as 'freedom from' or 'freedom to' but only rarely as 'freedom for'. However, it is precisely this latter understanding that is closest to the Christian understanding of freedom, which Brinkman defines as 'internal attachment'. In his view Christian freedom is at bottom characterized by that to which one commits oneself in trust. He sees primarily the Christian theology of baptism, with its accent on 'dying' and 'rising' with Christ as the model for the way in which one acquires freedom. Brinkman illustrates this in this study by means of a great number of biblical images and images borrowed from the historical debates between Augustine and Pelagius and Luther and Erasmus.

Freedom for the Seas in the 21st Century

of the sea is to a large extent the story of the development of the "freedom of the
seas" doctrine and the vicissitudes through which it has passed over the years.

Author: Jon M. Van Dyke

Publisher: Island Press

ISBN: 9781559632423

Category: Science

Page: 504

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Freedom for the Seas in the 21st Century brings together leading international experts on marine policy to address current threats to the health of the seas and to offer new approaches to the challenge of protecting our marine environment. The paradigm presented is one of ocean governance rather than of law or policy; it challenges the prevailing concept of "freedom of the seas" and calls instead for a governing notion of "freedom for the seas" where the primary goal is the protection of ecological vitality.Topics covered include: strategies for controlling ocean pollution regulation of high-seas fishing defects in current deep seabed mining regulatory provisions threats to the marine environment posed by military activities


reasonable to say that someone struggling for freedom may just seek to ' remove
the yoke ' . Indeed this seems to be a basic sense in which we use the word '
freedom ' , one that is not captured by MacCallum's triadic concept . Reading ...

Author: Nigel Warburton

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780415212465

Category: Philosophy

Page: 252

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This work is an introductory textbook to the arguments about individual freedom. The text introduces and assesses the key arguements for and against individual freedom and toleration, and views the concepts of negative and positive freedom.

Economic Freedom

The attempt to develop a rigorous, quantitative measure of economic freedom
may strike some as a presumptuous undertaking. The effort requires agreement
ontheconceptualdimensions of economic freedom, theindicators ordatathat fit or ...

Author: Walter Block

Publisher: The Fraser Institute

ISBN: 0889751293

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 214

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Freedom of Speech and Employment

Freedom. of. Speech. and. Public. Sector. Employment: The. Civil. Service,. Local
. Government,. and. The. NHS. In a number of areas of public sector work,
employees face additional restrictions on speech above and beyond those
imposed by ...

Author: Lucy Vickers

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 9780198268307

Category: Law

Page: 260

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Freedom of Speech and Employment is a new study of the employment law implications for employees who exercise the right to free speech. The book examines the philosophical basis for protecting free speech, the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998 and article 10 of the ECHR, the implications of free speech for the contract of employment, the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998, and the special position of local government and NHS staff and civil servants.

Peace Justice and Freedom

Rights, Limits and Dangers of Freedom of Expression William Thorsell is editor-in
-chief of the Globe and Mail newspaper. He has served as associate editor of the
Edmonton Journal, executive officer of the University of Alberta Senate and ...

Author: Gurcharan S. Bhatia

Publisher: University of Alberta

ISBN: 9780888643391

Category: Political Science

Page: 433

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On the fiftieth anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, hundreds of people gathered in Edmonton, Alberta to reflect on the accomplishments of the Declaration and current challenges to human rights. This volume offers their collective insights. Participants in this landmark conference included: Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town; Francine Fournier, Assistant Director General of UNESCO; Her Excellency Mary Robinson, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights; and The Right Honourable Antonio Lamer, Chief Justice of Canada. "From federal ministers, to Chinese and Vietnamese dissidents, to academics, the judiciary, advocates for the poor, the disabled, the disenfranchised and the minorities; the delegates engaged in vibrant and compassionate dialogue which was both enriching and worrisome." —Canadian Senate Debates

Gandhi Freedom and Self rule

For purposes of analysis I group these senses under four headingsnational
independence ; political freedom of the individual ; economic freedom of the
individual ; and spiritual freedom of the individual , or self - rule . Of these , the
first three ...

Author: Anthony Parel

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739101377

Category: History

Page: 164

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This volume presents an original account of Mahatma Gandhi's four meanings of freedom: as sovereign national independence, as the political freedom of the individual, as freedom from poverty, and as the capacity for self-rule or spiritual freedom. In this volume, seven leading Gandhi scholars write on these four meanings, engaging the reader in the ongoing debates in the East and the West and contributing to a new comparative political theory.

Freedom of the Press

2 First Amendment Theory and Method THEORETICAL JUSTIFICATIONS FOR
PROTECTING PRESS FREEDOM Freedom of speech and freedom of the press
are often referred to collectively as " freedom of expression . " This term
recognizes ...

Author: Lyrissa Lidsky

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313315978

Category: Law

Page: 179

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Provides an overview of the past, present, and possible future of the constitutional right to freedom of the press.

Modern Freedom

Spirit-Will-Right (§ 4) Section 4 of the Grundlinien summarizes the entire doctrine
of right by stating that the system or realm or world of "right" is nothing other than
the realm (or world or system) of actualized freedom. "Right" is the actualization ...

Author: Adriaan T Peperzak

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780792370406

Category: Law

Page: 675

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This book, the result of 40 years of Hegel research, gives an integral interpretation of G.W.F. Hegel's mature practical philosophy as contained in his textbook, Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts, published in 1820, and the courses he gave on the same subject between 1817 and 1830.

Economic Freedom of the World 2001 Annual Report

These conferences eventually led to the publishing of Economic Freedom of the
World: 1975-1995 (which we wrote with Walter Block) and the organizing of the
Economic Freedom Network, a group of institutes, in over fifty countries, seeking

Author: James Gwartney

Publisher: The Fraser Institute

ISBN: 0889751811

Category: Political Science

Page: 245

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Milton s Theology of Freedom

The Freedom of God Although the importance of human freedom in Paradise
Lost has been widely discussed by Milton scholars , the importance of the
portrayal of the freedom of God in the poem has largely gone unnoticed . But as
Virginia ...

Author: Benjamin Myers

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110189384

Category: Religion

Page: 209

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At the centre of John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost (1667) is a radical commitment to divine and human freedom. This study situates Paradise Lost within the context of post-Reformation theological controversy, and pursues the theological portrayal of freedom as it unfolds throughout the poem. The study identifies and explores the ways in which Milton is both continuous and discontinuous with the major post-Reformation traditions in his depiction of predestination, creation, free will, sin, and conversion. Milton's deep commitment to freedom is shown to underlie his appropriation and creative transformation of a wide range of existing theological concepts.

Press Freedom and Development

Moreover, the congruence of press freedom and development has received scant
attention. Many books have been and continue to be written about the media-
government relationship or freedom of the press in society, and about the media's

Author: Clement E. Asante

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780313299940

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 216

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Covering over 500 of the most frequently cited works in political communication and development communication, this book provides students and scholars with an invaluable reference tool.