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Unformatted text preview: *you shouldn't have to trade your freedom in order to eat *your freedom should not be limited in order to enhance others *social order *a society that provides for everyone’s needs 2) liberty-subordinate to order *without order, no one is free 3)obedience *requires consent-CHOOSING to follow *need to obligate ourselves to systems of authority? *is this really a basic human need? 4) responsibility 5) equality-”A recognition, at once public, general, effective, and genuinely expressed in institutions and customs, that the same amoun *positive view of equality-equality must be enabled-you must have the opportunity to be equal *if there is genuine equality of opportunity, if you fail, it reflects on you *social mobility also means social immobility 6) hierarchism 7) honor 8) punishment 9) freedom of opinion 10) security 11) risk 12) private property 13) collective property 14) truth...
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course PHIL Philosophy taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Oglethorpe.
- Spring '11