Research Paper On Freedom
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Freedom of Expressioin and Freedom of Religion in the Case of Otto-Preminger-Institut v. Austria
An 8 page outline of this 1995 case weighing freedom of artistic expression against freedom of religion. Considering the suppression of a film considered blasphemous by the Orthodox Catholic Church, the court decided artistic freedom allowed the organization by law was necessarily limited by the right of the Church to freedom of religion, that the duty of the State was to protect the existence of a society based on order and tolerance. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Themes of the Letters Abigail Adams Wrote to Her Husband John
This 5 page paper provides an overview of the central themes of Abigail Adam's letters to John Adams as presented in Giles Gunn's Early American Writing. This paper provides an assessment of some of the central topics of the letters, including the theme of freedom and the belief that men fighting for freedom for all may be selective in the application of that freedom. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Definition Of Freedom
3 pages in length. Freedom is not only a mindset of those who seek life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but it is also a birthright afforded those who live beneath the umbrella of a democratic society. National constitutions bestow the multifaceted components of freedom upon their people; however, myriad countries are ruled by autocratic leaders who refuse to recognize the inherent human right of freedom and instead condemn their respective populace to a dictatorial hell on earth. America's Constitution has long been the prototype for other democratic nations to follow, with arguably the most important factor being its extensive attention to personal freedoms. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Freedom In Childhood And Adulthood: Compare/Contrast
3 pages in length. The stages of human development are replete with myriad lessons that serve to carry into later phases. Gaining independence is an especially important time for a child inasmuch as it is one of the most significant stepping stones from one stage to the next. However, frustration is present in abundance during this time as the child has a much more liberal concept of freedom than the parent, which often results in the child's quest for independence being temporarily thwarted. Other times, it is the child's own inability to coordinate mobility with desire that impedes his quest for freedom. Adult freedom, by contrast, may or may not be governed by another person or entity; just because an individual is over the age of eighteen does not automatically mean he or she has carte blanche freedom. No bibliography.