To name just a few, there is a more "libertarian" notion as promoted by Nozick (1974), where individual freedom
is most important, a more "social" one, where rather equality is key (Rawls 1971), or a "constitutional" one (Locke 2016), where the relation between citizens and the state with respect to the defense of their life, liberty and property is central.
Drawn by the opportunities created by our constitutionally guaranteed individual freedom
, legal immigrants are an investment in our nation's collective future.
When the Hindus and Muslims impose restrictions on individual freedoms
based on the precepts or ideologies of their respective religions the Christians, especially the Catholics, have to introspect and become aware of the atrocities committed by the colonial powers on the indigenous people of the colonies with the support of the Christian missionaries.
After nearly a week in the country, meeting and talking to people, my general impression is that Tunisia is surely on the way to consolidate a democratic regime based on individual freedom
The research, among 800 adults, found that a growing number of under-35s wanted to live alone to have greater individual freedom
and personal space.
Leo Abase was a man of liberalism, tolerance, and promoted individual freedom
, and there the truth is, he was not the man being written about by your correspondents.
Leo Abse was a man of liberalism, tolerance and promoted individual freedom
, and there the truth is.
The protesters for repealing the draconian Rockefeller Drug Laws from Drop The Rock deserve high praise for their efforts, which champion individual freedom
It begins with ethnographic case studies of 'bodies' across two settler colonies, and ends with an historical and theoretical account of discourses of individual freedom
and social constraint, which evidence the liberal governance of intimacy and love in such colonies.
For one thing, Ringen's democracy is a means rather than an end; democracy should be judged by its contribution to individual freedom
In Carey's words, conservatives "believe that shared values, morals, and standards, along with accepted traditions, are necessary for the order and stability of society" and that some restrictions on individual freedom
, including censorship, may be needed to preserve this social cohesion.
Another book, University of California professor Jonathan Markovitz's Legacies of Lynching: Racial Violence and Memory (University of Minnesota Press, 2004), covers much of the territory of the other previous books, except he's very blunt about the harsh mechanics of a white supremacist society that preaches individual freedom
yet still worships at the altar of Jim Crow.