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bd40bc7c7a For some libertarian and liberal egalitarian theorists, freedom is valuable as such. and Casassas, D., 2014, ‘A Life of One's Own: Republican Freedom and Disability’, Disability and Society, 29: 402–16. 3.2 Republican Liberty Other theorists of liberty have remained closer to the negative concept but have attempted to go beyond it, saying that liberty is not merely the enjoyment of a sphere of non-interference but the enjoyment of certain conditions in which such non-interference is guaranteed (see especially Pettit 1997, 2001, 2014, and Skinner 1998, 2002). You long to be free of this irrational desire that is not only threatening your longevity but is also stopping you right now from doing what you think you ought to be doing. In reply, Pettit (2008a, 2008b) and Skinner (2008) have insisted that what matters for an agent's freedom is the impossibility of others interfering with impunity, not the improbability of their doing so.
They are distinct from, though sometimes related to, philosophical discussions about free will. Nozick, R., 1974, Anarchy, State and Utopia, New York: Basic Books. I can get rid of the wound by cutting off my leg’ (1969, pp. 2nd ed., The Liberty Reader, Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers, 2006 [representative collection of contemporary essays, including Berlin and his critics, with editorial introduction and a guide to further reading]. On the other hand, one can think of liberty as the presence of control on the part of the agent. After Berlin, the most widely cited and best developed analyses of the negative concept of liberty include Hayek (1960), Day (1971), Oppenheim (1981), Miller (1983) and Steiner (1994). Carter, I.