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T.H. Green

T.H. Green libertarian Midterm Review POLS 2300 UofU

Freedom? Positive, negative freedom is not enough to ensure individual liberty, there are too many gaps from point of birth
Individual or the Majority? the individual's freedom is not more important than the majority, but should always be taken into consideration when the government takes action.
Duties of Government 1. Provide Security 2.Maximize the potential of all individuals - freedom is useful for acheiving a progressive society
Welfare Liberalism Positive freedom; the maximization of individual potential
Anarchy? We need to experience the freedom of non-compulsion, yet the removal of the state has no contribution toward freedom.
Created by: aniytlia