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1984: Why Freedom is Important

Summary: Provides a discussion of why freedom is important, and an argument that the Proles are relatively more free than Winston.
The term `freedom' is often associated with the notion of living free of restraint and having an unfettered liberty to engage in rational actions with a sense that that our actions will not be controlled or interfered with. Given the above definition of freedom and the principles of positive and negative freedom, this essay shall seek to demonstrate that while they do not experience freedom fully, the proles are more free than Winston in Nineteen Eighty-Four. This essay shall also discuss the reasons why we consider freedom to be important with a particular focus on our assumptions of human nature and its components.

We typically consider freedom to be the capacity to exercise choice and as being exempt from authoritarian control following the performance of a rational action. While we believe this to be true, two specific forms of freedom exist: positive freedom, which refers to...

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