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  • Locke The Only Freedoms Man
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    John Locke, John Stuart Mill, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau all dealt with the issue of political freedom within a society. John Locke's "The Second Treatise of Government", Mill's "On Liberty", and Rousseau's "Discourse On The Origins of Inequality" are influential and compelling literary works which while outlining the conceptual framework of each thinker's ideal state present divergent visions of the very nature of man and his freedom. The three have somewhat different views regarding how much fr...
  • Freedom Of Actions
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    To first assess what the question really asks, we have to extrapolate on the meanings of the word "liberator". The official definition of the word "liberate" is "to set at liberty: free; "i. We are then drawn to the meaning of the word "free". This can have many meanings. But, in my opinion, the most important are those that follow: it can mean having the legal and political rights of a citizen, enjoying civil or political independence, the capability of choosing for oneself without restriction ...
  • Oliver Cromwell
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    Oliver Cromwell, a Puritan fundamentalist and undefeated commander of the "Ironsides", forever changed the history of England with, perhaps, what he did not do, rather than what he did do after the success of the insurrection he led against Charles. Though rather unsuccessful as a politician, Cromwell, single-handedly redefining the art of war and military strategy, proved to be one of the greatest military geniuses of all time. Despite the professionally trained forces that often outnumbered hi...
  • Its Forms As Smogor 3 Anarchy
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    Anarchy: noun. 1. Absence of any form of political authority. 2. Political disorder and confusion. 3. Absence of any cohering principle, as a common standard or purpose. [Greek anarkhia, without a ruler] (American Heritage Dictionary). Anarchy is a political philosophy shrouded in misconception. This misconception is caused by the diversity of the subject of anarchism itself, which cannot be characterized by simple slogans or television plugs. In theory, anarchy provides the most personal freedo...
  • Tibetan Freedom Festival
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    On June 13th The Tibetan Freedom Festival will take place in four cities around the globe simultaneously - Tokyo, Chicago, Amsterdam and Sydney. This momentous event is a musical festival with a serious edge, promoting awareness of the Tibetan cause, both the political status of this nominal region of China, and the nonviolent ethos that makes their fight for freedom so unique. Sebastian Edwards looks at the significance of the festival and the emergence of an international movement driving forw...
  • Eight Of The Nations Railroads
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    Tonya Jones October 3, 2002 History 1302 AMERICAN GROWTH America began a growing period after the Civil War that stretched from the east coast to the west coast and from our Canadian boarder country to the boundaries of Texas and Mexico. Within the outline of this country we began to notice a movement of grand economic proportions. Citizens of this country, rich and poor, put their ideas and money into inventions that forever changed what is known now as an industrial empire. Among the changes t...
  • Terrorism As A Political Use Of Violence
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    The bell rang and the class sat down, we were waiting for the teacher to begin class when one of my classmates turned to me and said, "you guys did it again, what is your problem?" I looked at him in complete shock as to what he was referring to; so I responded, "Massimo what are you taking about?"Didn't you hear Mona, that a bunch of Palestinian's blew up a building in Oklahoma?" At that my face turned red and I was full of embarrassment, and I thought to myself, "why would the PLO blow up a bu...
  • Existence Of Arendt's Political Freedom
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    Arendt And Freedman: Political Freedom Essay, Research Arendt And Freedman: Political Freedom Political freedom is an ideal for both Arendt and Friedman. As political theorists they offer not only definitions to understand what political freedom is for them, but what necessary preconditions must exist in order for their ideal to be vitalized. Arendt explains political freedom as the right to be a participator in government. She implies that this means more than voting for a representative or hav...

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