Being Free 1st draft Freedom is word used in a lot of contexts, but the official meaning of the word is “the power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants” (Freedom). Meaning that you have the right to do something, with the focus being on you as an individual. This means no one can tell you what to do, like for example a state. This is an important aspect and part of political theory. Liberty is also used and viewed as the same category of theory, and has the definition “The state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one’s behavior or political views” (Liberty).
Kant consistently insists that CI does not involve maxims and that the ends mentioned in CI2 and the realm of ends in CI3 confront the formalist assertions in the Second Critique. Therefore, Kant’s Second Critique attempts to repair the theory and eliminate the problems of his pre-critical writings by introducing a formalistic approach, as I will explicate this part in 5.1, where Kant’s earlier writings concentrated on the notion of the good, either psychologically as seen in the Prize Essay, or as unconditional good and the associate necessary ends in his later essays (e.g., the Second Sensation in the Canon of Pure Reason). In the Groundwork, Kant attaches the good with the willing and associates it with the moral law. Then, he gradually relies on the notion of moral law instead of the notion of the good. In the Groundwork, the notion of the good does not rely on feeling or sensation; rather than it derives from the rational directly.
Freedom shows an alteration cultures to culture. The dictionary.com defines freedom as “the power to exercise choice and make decisions without constraint from within or without; autonomy; self-determination.”The freedom to dream, and the freedom to follow a dream is a matter of life and death, if a person wants to live a life that is complete and full in every dimension of that life. If someone is bereft of his/her freedom, s/he wouldn’t feel like an honourable human being. When freedom is guaranteed to the community, people can think and express themselves as what they want to without any suspicion.
Since the image has been made clear, explanations need to be made. Tyler tells the mind, "All the ways you wish you could be, that's me. I look like you want to look. I fuck like you want to fuck. I am smart, capable and most importantly, I am free in all the ways that you are not" These lines reveal both the Marxist and Psychoanalytic side to Fight Club.
To this I answer, in one word, from experience.” According to this quote, Locke explains that people are born with empty minds, but individual learning and experiences will help to shape life. Experience comes from two different sources: outer experience and inner experience. Outer experience comes from the senses and provide sensory details like color, shapes, heat, and sweetness. Since these qualities exist in material objects, every human perception is the same and produce the same impact in each human. Inner experience comes through self reflexion and provides ideas such as beliefs, ideas, and thoughts.
Liberty means I am not a slave of the government and I control my destiny. How can I be happy when I am under someone else’s control? I want to act and express myself as I wish, not having someone controlling my emotions. Liberty to me means: I am free from the government’s power and limitations and I have the freedom to become whatever I want to. I have the right to own a weapon, a house, or a car.
Free will p.1). Without free will, to ensure the integrity of individualism and the development of consciousness are impossible. Free will is an individual human right. This right cannot be transferred to another such, cannot intervene in another’s free will. In other words, freedom of making decisions is the basic explanation of free will.
(reference, some psychology book and leisure) There are different definitions for leisure time, but in simple terms, leisure is anything on which people spend their free time and income. In order to understand how people wish to spend their time, it should be looked into the essence of leisure, activities and entertainment. (Morgan, 1996, p.3) People have different desires and opinions regarding their free and spare time. Those desires come from different sources and create special attitudes towards time spending. Additionally, there are various kinds of necessity, in which people aim to be involved.