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What does it mean to be free?

Updated Friday, 14th November 2014

This series of animations explore the question: what does it mean to be free? 

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These animations explore Isiah Berlin's distinction between positive and negative Freedom, JS Mill's thoughts on individual liberty and the state; what neuroscience has to say about the age old philosophical debate about freewill and whether freedom is over-rated as a political, moral and psychological concept.  
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