Tuesday, August 29, 2006



What right do we have to be free?

What does freedom mean? And how far does it extend? Can we ever truly be free?

Freedom could be defined as the absence of coercion or even as a measure of the potentiality to pursue your own life as you see fit. One might take the positive or the negative approach.

Is there a way to build a consensus or even point out some common elements in our definition of freedom?

This is a can of worms, if I ever saw one.
How does anyone out there define freedom. It would be interesting to try and compile a definition
So, "freedom = can of worms" isn't good enough for you? I see how it is.

Seroiusly, freedom is the absence of coercion. I will elaborate if goaded, but I think that'll do for now.
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