Definitions

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  • noun The condition of being unfree

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Examples

  • The celebrated thought leader, Amartya Sen argued that development requires the removal of sources of "unfreedom" - poverty as well as tyranny, poor economic opportunities, as well as systemic social deprivation, neglect of public facilities and intolerance or overactivity of repressive states.

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  • But his "unfreedom" is to be continued by restrictions on his movements and his contacts: He cannot leave Israel, he will be confined to a single town, he cannot communicate with foreigners face to face or by phone, fax or e-mail (purely punitive conditions because any classified information that he may have possessed is by now nearly two decades old).

    Nuclear Hero's 'Crime' Was Making Us Safer

  • Fortunately we no longer have the burden of the "unfreedom" imposed by tyranny and the denial of political and civil liberties by an authoritarian regime.

    ANC Today

  • One of the first Marxists to lose faith in the Soviet system, Marcuse saw the West as also in a state of "unfreedom" and often suggested that revolution may be the only path to true freedom.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • Polish communist youth, not always in agreement with their parents, felt this "unfreedom," as another extremely popular German writer of the mid-sixties, philosopher Herbert Marcuse, called it.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • Fortunately we no longer have the burden of the "unfreedom" imposed by tyranny and the denial of political and civil liberties by an authoritarian regime.

    ANC Today

  • Friedman then draws his napkin-graph, and much to the pundit's surprise, it turns out that there is almost an exact correlation between high oil prices and "unfreedom"!

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  • Friedman then draws his napkin-graph, and much to the pundit's surprise, it turns out that there is almost an exact correlation between high oil prices and "unfreedom"!

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  • Friedman then draws his napkin-graph, and much to the pundit's surprise, it turns out that there is almost an exact correlation between high oil prices and "unfreedom"!

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  • Friedman then draws his napkin-graph, and much to the pundit's surprise, it turns out that there is almost an exact correlation between high oil prices and "unfreedom"!

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