Isaiah Berlin Quote

By freedom he meant a condition in which men were not prevented from choosing both the object and the manner of their worship. For him only a society in which this condition was realised could be called fully human. Its realisation was an ideal which Mill regarded as more precious than life itself.


Five Essays on Liberty (2002) - John Stuart Mill and the Ends of Life (1959)

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By freedom he meant a condition in which men were not prevented from choosing both the object and the manner of their worship. For him only a society ...

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By freedom he meant a condition in which men were not prevented from choosing both the object and the manner of their worship. For him only a society ...

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By freedom he meant a condition in which men were not prevented from choosing both the object and the manner of their worship. For him only a society ...

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By freedom he meant a condition in which men were not prevented from choosing both the object and the manner of their worship. For him only a society ...