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2018 | 7 | 1 | 44 – 50
Article title

MINIMÁLNA SLOBODA A ĽUDSKÁ PRIRODZENOSŤ U I. BERLINA

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EN
Minimum freedom and human nature in the ideas of I. Berlin
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SK
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The paper is focused on the issue of connecting the minimum freedom and human nature in the ideas of Isaiah Berlin. Its content is conceived as an attempt to express the position of minimal freedom in the Berlin concept and as analysis of the typology of human nature using the concept of R. A. Kocis. Since Berlin does not define the essence of human nature in his work, the aim of this study is to search for out a potential explanation of what can be understood under the concept of human nature and what role it fulfils in the need to secure an inviolable part of human freedom. For Berlin, the minimum freedom is a key aspect of promoting the idea of securing an area that no one has the right to interfere with. This is because the loss of this component would destroy human personality.
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7
Issue
1
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44 – 50
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