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" ... any future use of it, beyond that single act. He therefore defeats, in his own case, the very purpose which is the justification of allowing him to dispose of himself. "
On Liberty - Page 61
by John Stuart Mill - 1913 - 68 pages
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On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1863 - 68 pages
...free ; but is thenceforth in a position which has no longer the presumption in its favor, that would be afforded by his voluntarily remaining in it. The...alienate his freedom. These reasons, the force of which ia so conspicuous in this peculiar case, are evidently of far wider application ; yet a limit is everywhere...
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On Liberty, Issue 57

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1865 - 68 pages
...free ; but is thenceforth in a position which has no longer the presumption in its favour, that would be afforded by his voluntarily remaining in it. The...principle of freedom cannot require that he should Ъе free not to be free. It is not freedom, to be allowed to alienate his freedom. These reasons,...
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The Modern Legal Philosophy Series..., Volume 5

Law - 1914
...of the logic of the concept of freedom, — the law of logical contradiction, as Mill says, because "the principle of freedom cannot require that he should...not freedom, to be allowed to alienate his freedom" (p. 172), but for the practical reason, namely, because society has come to recognize that slavery...
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Law as a Means to an End, Volume 5

Rudolf von Jhering - Jurisprudence - 1914 - 483 pages
...the logic of the concept of freedom, — • the law of logical contradiction, as Mill says, because "the principle of freedom cannot require that he should...not freedom, to be allowed to alienate his freedom" (p. 172), but for the practical reason, namely, because society has come to recognize that slavery...
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Law as a Means to an End

Rudolf von Jhering - Law - 1914 - 483 pages
...of the logic of the concept of freedom, — the law of logical contradiction, as Mill says, because "the principle of freedom cannot require that he should...not freedom, to be allowed to alienate his freedom" (p. 172), but for the practical reason, namely, because society has come to recognize that slavery...
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On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1921 - 68 pages
...free ; but is thenceforth in a position which has no longer the presumption in its favour, lhat would be afforded by his voluntarily remaining in it. The principle of freedom cannot require that lie should be free not to be free. It is not freedom, to be allowed to alienate his freedom. These...
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Trade Unionism and Labor Problems: 2d Series, Ed. with an Introduction

John Rogers Commons - Industrial relations - 1921 - 838 pages
...liberty of contract. The JirSfr of these is the case of corporations. Under the power to amend the 1"The principle of freedom cannot require that he should be free not to be free. /( ij not freedom to be allowed to alienate his freedom" (Spencer, Justice, sect. 70) ; Mill, Liberty,...
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On Liberty

John Stuart Mill - Liberty - 1926 - 90 pages
...position which has no longer the presumption in its favour, that would be afforded bv his volunlarily remaining in it. The principle of freedom cannot require...application ; yet a limit is everywhere set to them \y the necessities of life, which continually require, not indeed that we should resign our freedom,...
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The Outlook, Volume 97

United States - 1911
...philosophers, such as Mill and Spencer, have agreed that " the principle of freedom cannot require that a man should be free not to be free." It is not freedom to be allowed to alienate one's freedom ; and, as Sidgwick has pointed out, in speaking of this so-called natural invalidity...
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In deference of fundamental rights

William E. Conklin - Political Science - 1979 - 307 pages
...justification of allowing him to dispose of himself... The principle of freedom cannot require that he should be free. It is not freedom to be allowed to alienate his freedom."48 In other words, such a contract forever destroys the contractee's opportunity to exercise...
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