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Volume :41 Issue : 4 2013      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Freedom and Development Analytical Study

Auther : Tareq Z. Abu Hazim Hadi A. Alnsour

This study aims at examining the compatibility between the demand for freedom in a given society and the corresponding comprehensive development. Certain discrepancies and incompatibilities between the two have been ascribed to the stereotyping of notions associated with each of them, as well as to their conceptual and performative nature, let alone the fact that their implementation does not necessarily run in parallel and synchronic ways. The ensuing result has been noted to be that of a high degree of failure in achieving a sense of accord between the demands for freedom and a corresponding development. What arises as a pressing necessity is the need to create some successful ties between the two.
The study offers descriptive definitions of the concepts of freedom and development: their objectives, their histories, the reality of freedom and its role in enhancing a comprehensive development. It further identifies all relevant hypotheses which serve the aims of the research.
The suty concludes that 'freedom' is a value term, not a standard or term of material significance. It further maintaines that 'freedom' aims at organizing a set of inter-connected relations within any society, and that it is an expression equality. It further reiterates that freedom in its broader and more comprehensive meaning cannot be implemented into a societal reality unless it institutionalization, and law which are clear and known to everybody. In other words, freedom and development necessitate food governance and manifest themselves within a democratic context that respects humanity and human rights.
The study further concludes that development is an inalienable right, the same as freedom, and that it is a true and tangible enactment of freedom; their mutual objective is Man and the need to eaise him to the highest levels of culture and civilization, which is the noblest of all values.
Keywords: Freedom, Comprehensive development, Corresponding development.

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