Isaiah Berlin's liberty concepts
Negative liberty is the freedom from external obstacles or constraints. An individual is free in this sense if they are not physically prevented from taking action.
Positive liberty is freedom from internal constraints.
Positive liberty is self-mastery—the rule of the self, by the self. To have positive liberty is to take control of one’s own mind; to be liberated from irrational fears and beliefs, from addictions, superstitions and all other forms of self-coercion.
I am not the child my father raised, but he is the father who raised her.
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