Liberty an Idea Whose Time has Come Again

Do you know what liberty is and what it means?

liberty

  • n. The condition of being free from confinement, servitude, or forced labor.
  • n. The condition of being free from oppressive restriction or control by a government or other power.

liberty

lib-er-tee ]noun, plural lib·er·ties.

Idioms

at liberty,

  1. free from captivity or restraint.
  2. unemployed; out of work.
  3. free to do or be as specified:You are at liberty to leave at any time during the meeting.

ORIGIN OF LIBERTY

1325–75; Middle English liberte < Middle French < Latin lībertās, equivalent to līber free + -tās -ty2

SYNONYMS FOR LIBERTY

4. liberationSee freedom.
6. franchise, permission, license, privilege, immunity.

BRITISH DICTIONARY DEFINITIONS FOR LIBERTY

liberty / (ˈlɪbətɪ) /

noun plural -ties

WORD ORIGIN FOR LIBERTY

C14: from Old French liberté, from Latin lībertās, from līber free

An animated series exploring the substance behind the political terminology used in contemporary debates. The research of Mr G Edward Griffin reveals how all viewpoints can be stripped down to 2 basic positions. Discover how the different approaches of Collectivism and Individualism impact on all aspects of our lives, from human rights, governmental authority and the use of force.

Principles of Liberty – Introduction

  • #INTRO
  • #P1. The Nature and Origin of Human Rights
  • #P2. Group Supremacy
  • #P3. Coercion vs Freedom
  • #P4. Equality and Inequality under the Law
  • #P5. Proper Role ofGovernment

The 28 Principles of Liberty


DVD Version: INTRO – Individualism vs Collectivism

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