By Ian Carter
This publication offers the 1st systematic account of the character and value of our decisions approximately levels of freedom. writer Ian Carter analyzes the normative assumptions in the back of the declare that people are entitled to a degree of freedom. He argues for a perception of freedom that not just displays mostly held intuitions approximately who's freer than who yet can be suitable with a liberal or freedom-based conception of justice.
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A Measure of Freedom by Ian Carter