Module 6: Freedom

6.5 McCallum on Freedom

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Writing in response to Berlin in “Negative and Positive Freedom” (click below for the pdf), Gerald McCallum argues that all arguments about freedom–whether Berlin would categorize them as positive or negative–can be summarized using a simple formula:  X is free from Y to do/be Z.  This is a formal philosophical paper, so don’t worry about understanding every bit of it–the Critical Reader will help you out in understanding McCallum

Gerald McCallum, “Negative and Positive Freedom”

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