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  • ...it doesn't look so negative any more. American legal philosopher [[Gerald MacCallum]] explains [[Freedom as a Triadic Relation]], with positive and negative be
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  • ...ut is how this single concept of freedom should be interpreted. Indeed, in MacCallum's view, there are a great many different possible interpretations of freedo MacCallum defines the basic concept of freedom — the concept on which everyone agre
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  • {{DES | des = [[Gerald MacCallum]]'s interpretation that: ""x is/is not free from y to do/not to do or becom ...ut is how this single concept of freedom should be interpreted. Indeed, in MacCallum's view, there are a great many different possible interpretations of freedo
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  • [[Category:Gerald MacCallum]] {{DES | des = [[Gerald MacCallum]]'s interpretation that: "x is/is not free from y to do/not to do or become
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  • ... our discovery; neither do we assume otherwise." They gloss over [[Gerald MacCallum]]'s [[Freedom as a Triadic Relation]] in a footnote, despite the fact the h
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  • 33 For a good philosophical starting point, see Gerald C. MacCallum, Jr., “Negative and Positive Freedom,” Philosophical Review 76 (1967),
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  • [[Category:Gerald MacCallum]] {{DES | des = [[Gerald MacCallum]]'s groundbreaking explication of [[Freedom as a Triadic Relation]]. "Free
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