Note: The idea of freedom has been a vital motivation for speculation, deliberation, and action throughout all time. In Its wake lie both assurance and confusion. Its backward glance falls upon olive branches some still wet with blood, for freedom ranges from divine heights' to satanic depths in man's definition and application. What and how we think of freedom is important to these times, the beginnings of our future. The four essays in this collection are attempts to reach a definition of freedom. We hope they may lead to individual considerations of this problem.
Harper, William; Murphy, Earl; Barnhart, David E.; and McNanny, Fred
"Freedom: A Symposium,"
Manuscripts: Vol. 16
, Article 16.
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