Some Aspects of Freedom: The College, Foreign Policy and the United Nations.

by J. R. Boettiger

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Defining human freedom as the end--the process--that unites the two worlds of college and United Nations, the author distinguishes between freedom as condition and freedom as experience. The former, which is in effect a permissive environment, constitutes a minimal conception through which no real strides can be achieved either in world affairs or higher education. It is only through the growth of consciousness and human development implied in the experience of freedom that the deeper goals of the UN and of the quest for knowledge can be achieved. 28 pp.

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