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229: More Freedom (Or–and Perhaps Better–LESS Freedom)

From The Two Paths (1859): In our last Post (#228), I presented some of Ruskin’s thoughts concerning one of his most controversial beliefs – that freedom, one of the values we most fervently–fanatically?–champion in the modern world, is, when indulged, … Continue reading

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