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Words are not just pieces of speaking, they are pieces of thinking. Writing let you look at your thoug hits in a way you couldn't if you were just talking.

JIJINGI - FROM THE STORY “THE TRUTH OF FACT...”

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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. 

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