Definition of Liberty

Let me start with the words of the English novelist, essayist, journalist George Orwell: “Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” These words try to describe one of a possible definition of liberty. Many times we are thinking about what we have to do and where our limits lie. Rules, typification and principles, hidden under the coat of liberty and freedom. They promise freedom and by the same time they picked them. Liberty are much more than just you can do what you want. Important is also, that you can handle it with the word “no”or withe the words of the French writer Jean-Jacques Rousseau: “The freedom of humans don’t lie in the possibility to do what they want to, but rather not to do what they don’t want to.”

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