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Freedom Chapter Summary & Analysis - Coda Summary

Orlando Patterson
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Coda Summary and Analysis

The role of slavery in the development of freedom as a social value forces people to address and try to resolve the issues of conflict between good and evil in the quest for harmony. Western civilization arrives at a conception of freedom that allows man to do what he pleases within the constraint set by the freedom of other people and a belief that all people are equal before the law. The Western concept of freedom that arises from slavery is the basis for the greatness of Western civilization. It sets the basis for the emphasis on personal freedom that exists today.

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