Equal freedom (19TH CENTURY)

Account of freedom given by the English social theorist HERBERT SPENCER (1820-1903).

All people have a right to freedom up to the point at which they infringe upon the equal right of others.

Source:
D Wiltshire, The Social and Political Thought of Herbert Spencer (Oxford, 1978)

Arts and entertainment

  • Equals (film), a 2015 American science fiction film
  • Equals (game), a board game
  • The Equals, a British pop group formed in 1965
  • E.Quals, a Nepali heavy metal band

Other uses

  • Equals sign (=), a mathematical symbol used to indicate equality
  • Equal (sweetener), a brand of artificial sweetener
  • EQUAL Community Initiative, an initiative within the European Social Fund of the European Union

2 thoughts on “Equal freedom (19TH CENTURY)

  1. zomenoferidov says:

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