Recognizing essential freedom

1. Freedom is the ability to realize one's fullest potential as a human being and allow others to realize theirs. The ultimate freedom is the truth of freedom from inner struggle as this gives the human spirit beauty and power.

2. Human morality necessarily arises out of human freedom: we are uniquely free beings in that we are aware of our conflicts of motive, but those conflicts and our abilities to resolve them are part of our natural inheritance. Though our selves are in many ways divided, what matters for our freedom is the recognition of our genuine agency, our slight but real power to grasp and arbitrate our inner conflicts.

Preserving freedom
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies