Tag Archives: Negative Freedom

Ten Degrees of Difference: Is it all just a tragic misunderstanding?

I’d like to thank Walenty Lisek at The Life of the Mind blog for the detailed response to my post on the Tragic Vision. I’ll try to reciprocate as best I can with ten points in response. I should start, however, … Continue reading

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Freedom of dissociation

Is the Education (Freedom of Association) Amendment Bill that seeks to alter the basis of Students Associations in New Zealand really about defending the right of freedom of association? It’s hard to see how it is. Continue reading

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