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Freedom is a concept that can be approached at a number of levels

  • Freedom (philosophy), the idea of being free.
  • Freedom (political), the absence of interference with the sovereignty of an individual
  • Individual freedom, the moral stance, political philosophy, or social outlook that stresses independence and self-reliance ccording to his or her own will
  • Liberty, the condition in which an individual has the ability to act and to behave according to his or her own will.



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