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18 With this third player introduced, one might assume that the choice facing the philosopher is an equally stark one, now between three alternatives. A point that I wish to make is that this is a mistake. I am a staunch defender of the importance of republican liberty. Should I for that reason call it the correct understanding, implying that the others are wrong? If we think that I should, then the “essentially contested concept” formula’s influence on political philosophy would serve to explain why.
This is reinforced, I believe, by the fact that definitions of freedom get to be associated with different ideological positions. ” Both the definitions, to put this starkly, and the ideological associations are, of course, simplistic and cover up a lot of variety. 2 Instead I will slightly shift focus and discuss the role played by the concept of liberty in our social and political theorizing. A general claim I wish to make is that the social world is too complex for any single one of these accounts to fill the part we seem to want “freedom” to play.
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