Freedom and Equality

Most of the different daily posts that appear on this blog are organized into so-called “blog series”. For example, there’s a series called the compatibility of freedom and equality: human rights require freedom as well as equality, and some believe that’s a contradiction. I don’t. Also: what is freedom and what is equality?

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The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (1): Impossible?
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (2): Limited Freedom
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (3): Freedom, Poverty and Public Life
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (4): Freedom as Autonomy
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (5): Free Will
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (6): Freedom and Economic Rights
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (7): Negative and Positive Freedom
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (8): Liberty = Freedom From the State + Freedom From Social Pressure + Equality of Opportunity
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (9): The Freedom of the Tyrant
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (10): Limited Freedom and the Temptation of the Future
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (11): Freedom as Capability
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (12): How Coercion Promotes Freedom
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (13): More Income Equality Makes Us More Free
The Compatibility of Freedom and Equality (14): Equal Relationships as Prerequisites for Freedom
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What is Freedom? (1): Three Kinds of Freedom
What is Freedom? (2): A Right to Self-Ownership?
What is Freedom? (3): The Paradox of Self-Ownership: The Right to Sell Yourself Into Slavery
What is Freedom? (4): Increasingly Demanding Types of Freedom
What is Freedom? (5): Is Poverty a Denial of Our Freedom?
What is Freedom? (6): Objective and Subjective Freedom
What is Freedom? (7): Individual and Collective Freedom
What is Freedom? (8): Generic and Specific Freedom
What is Freedom? (9): The Ability to Act Otherwise
What is Freedom? (10): The Ability to Do Things
What is Freedom? (11): Freedom of the Slave, and Freedom of the Slaveholder
What is Freedom? (12): Uniqueness?
What is Freedom? (13): Five Increasingly Demanding Types of Freedom
What is Freedom? (14): Do We Have Free Will?
What is Freedom? (15): Non-Domination?
What is Freedom? (16): Does the Division of Labor Enhance or Reduce Freedom?
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What is Equality? (1): Some Dimensions and Distinctions
What is Equality? (2): Or, Equality of What?
What is Equality? (3): Equality of Rights
What is Equality? (4): Equality of Opportunity

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