Freedom and Domination in Market Society
The conference revisited the ways in which a market society can embody, and perhaps even at times threaten, important kinds of freedom. It focused on the kind of freedom that is central to the republican tradition; that is, the kind of freedom that is achieved when people are not made subservient to others.
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