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24. Political Theory / D. Ideologies / 6. Liberalism / e. Liberal freedom

[types of freedom sought by liberals]

7 ideas
Actions are right if the maxim respects universal mutual freedoms [Kant]
The vitality of business needs maximum freedom (while avoiding harm to others) [Kant]
In modern states an individual's actions should be their choice [Hegel]
The main argument for freedom is that interference with it is usually misguided [Mill]
Liberal freedom is the right to be separate, and ignores the union of man with man [Marx]
Liberal freedom was a response to assigned destinies like caste and class [Sandel]
No government, or the whole nation, can control an individual beyond legitimate scope [Dunt]