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Unformatted text preview: Is ruled? How would you evaluate this model of “self-rule”? 4. What are the political dangers of the “positive” conception of freedom? 5. What are the merits of each kind of freedom? Can they exist at the same time? What challenges might this simultaneous existence pose? 6. Does Berlin prefer positive or negative freedom? How do you know – look for textual evidence, and mark the relevant passages in the text. 7. What are the challenges posed by “the one and the many” – that is, by living in a pluralist society? What do we gain from making choices between ultimate ends and absolute values (see p. 168)? How do we choose, such that these choices are not just the victory of the strong and powerful?...
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2009 for the course POL 4481 taught by Professor Johnfreeman during the Spring '09 term at Minnesota.
- Spring '09