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Unformatted text preview: Suqi Liu Section 44 Freedom means that people can act as they wish without hurting other peoples rights. Therefore, an individual can achieve the greatest freedom only when not bound to a community because a community contains other people who limit an individuals freedom, communities naturally create social problems, and laws within a community seek to equally distribute freedom to everyone, which limits ones individual freedom. First of all, a community exists only if there are human beings. Because human nature is by self- interests, and the profits are various and sometimes conflicted, either substantial or spiritual,one action will certainly one groups desire while dissatisfying other groupswilling. Therefore, if there is no one except for one person standing in the world, he can basically decide for himself without thinking about any other issues, such as hurting someones feeling or infringing on someones rights. For example, a student shouldnt play rock and rolls during midnight if he lives someones rights....
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- Fall '08