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A Theory of Freedom: From the Psychology to the Politics of Agency Paperback – Sep 15 2001


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Philip Pettit is at Columbia University, New York.

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We saw in the Introduction that the language of freedom applies on the side of agency - the principal focus in this book - and on the side of the environment where agency is exercised. Read the first page
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