NATIONAL LIBERTY


National liberty refers to the capacity of being
sovereign within society from oppressiveness
imposed ...
MORAL LIBERTY


Moral liberty is a concept in which the individual
lives in accordance to the rules that he or she
create...
CIVIL LIBERTY


The right of people to do or say things that are not
illegal without being stopped or interrupted by the
...
NATURAL LIBERTY


The concept of liberty or freedom that God gave
you when you were born as a Human Being.
PERSONAL LIBERTY


The freedom of the individual to do as he pleases
limited only by the authority of politically organiz...
POLITICAL LIBERTY
 The

right to express oneself freely and
effectively regarding the conduct, makeup,
and principles of ...
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY
 The

right to choose a religion or no
religion without interference by the
government.
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National liberty

  1. 1. NATIONAL LIBERTY  National liberty refers to the capacity of being sovereign within society from oppressiveness imposed by the powerful. The term liberty also suggests the nation as well as citizens of that particular nation. National liberty is the root cause of civil, political and economic liberty.
  2. 2. MORAL LIBERTY  Moral liberty is a concept in which the individual lives in accordance to the rules that he or she creates. This concept was proposed by Rousseau. The liberty of choice is considered a central part of moral responsibility.
  3. 3. CIVIL LIBERTY  The right of people to do or say things that are not illegal without being stopped or interrupted by the government.
  4. 4. NATURAL LIBERTY  The concept of liberty or freedom that God gave you when you were born as a Human Being.
  5. 5. PERSONAL LIBERTY  The freedom of the individual to do as he pleases limited only by the authority of politically organized society to regulate his action to secure the public health, safety, or morals or of other recognized social interests.
  6. 6. POLITICAL LIBERTY  The right to express oneself freely and effectively regarding the conduct, makeup, and principles of the government under which one lives.
  7. 7. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY  The right to choose a religion or no religion without interference by the government.
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