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Conclusion

  • Danny Frederick
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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Classical Liberalism book series (PASTCL)

Abstract

I summarise the argument of the book before contrasting my theory with the superficially similar ‘republican freedom’ of Philip Pettit. I end by commending my theory as a starting point for further work, pointing out some ways in which it needs to be improved and indicating some areas in which it needs to be supplemented by additional work.

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  • Danny Frederick
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  1. 1.Independent ScholarYeovilUK

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