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  • A History of Freedom

    • ORIGINAL (18 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By The Great Courses
    • Narrated By Professor Rufus J. Fears
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    It can be argued that one simple idea-the concept of freedom-has been the driving force of Western civilization and may be the most influential intellectual force the world has ever known. But what is freedom, exactly? These 36 engaging lectures tell the dramatic story of freedom from ancient Greece to our own day, exploring a concept so close to us we may never have considered it with the thoroughness it deserves.

    rob_hay says: "An Understanding Few Possess"
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    Where does A History of Freedom rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    Herein describes the nature and portent of freedom; and why the fabric of freedom -- the power behind proactive reality -- is so tangled by two primary beliefs of what freedom means: both to each of us, and then to all of us. The concept made real is fundamental to our being, yet we rarely care to understand why. Described in these lectures is the unyielding yet fluid current that lifts and guides the human spirit, drives our creative endeavors, ultimately to reveal our love and sacrifice. The values and principles of freedom, as a primal force, are given voice in this excellent narrative as the beliefs and activities of historic philosophers, statesmen and messiah. Freedom is a translation, how we give Truth our active voice; understanding why is the greatest power of all.

    If you care about freedom as an apex responsibility, then within these lectures you will discover that, "you are not alone".


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