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|Far from any resemblance to those propositions in geometry and metaphysics, |
which admit no medium, but must be true or false in all their latitude; ... Liberty too
must be limited in order to be possessed.53 Even more than the king's Tory ...
|Court in a case Allgeyer V. Louisiana describes liberty as : “to be free in the |
enjoyment of all his/ her faculties; to be free to use them in all lawful ways; to live
and work where he/she wills; ... “Liberty must be limited in order to be possessed.
|Breton, Andre The true danger is when liberty is nibbled away, for expedience, |
and by parts. - Burke, Edmund Liberty must be limited in order to be possessed. -
Burke, Edmund The people never give up their liberties, but under some delusion
|Pure Liberty Edmund Burke—the British statesman and philosopher who |
supported the American cause but reviledtheFrench Revolution for its excesses
—famously wrote that“liberty must be limited in order to be possessed,” for “what
|The inter-human relationship is based on liberty and social control. And society |
exercises control through morality and law. For, liberty must be limited in order to
be possessed. But mere altruistic morality is useless, because it appeals only to ...
|Yet, as Edmund Burke reminds us, liberty must be limited in order to be |
possessed; and as Oscar Wilde warns us (and he should know), anarchy is
freedom's own Judas. Taking liberties with liberty leads to anarchy, and anarchy,
in reality, ...
|For the genteel, liberty was never thought of as an absolute but as an integral |
part of the social and political fabric of a well-ordered community, a state of
relative liberty rather than one of ... Liberty too must be limited in order to be
|For people who possess a considerable measure of freedom, the word is likely to |
have a more complex and ... of strictly as the absence of restraint and coercion,
liberty, in the words of Edmund Burke, "must be limited in order to be possessed.
|'Liberty . . . must be limited in order to be possessed' (ibid.: 199). Burke onIndia |
Burke was the leading member of the Select Committee of the Commons set up
in 1781 to examinethe ineffective and anomalous rule ofIndia by the EastIndia ...