Philosophical Essays on Free Stuff

Lexington Books (2020)
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Abstract

There is free thought, free choice, the free world – and then there is free stuff. By tracking the transformations of just one idea, "free," this book describes an arc of thought through a "revaluation of values" and offers its critique in the same gesture.

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