From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Rousseau's theory of freedom, according to which individual freedom is achieved through participation in the process whereby one's community exercises collective control over its own affairs in accordance with the ‘general will’.
- Negative liberty
- Real freedom
- Negative and positive rights
- Mutual Liberty
- The Trap (television documentary series)
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