freedom' that fills the discourse of ourn'founders' [the philosophers representednin part one of this book] must, nondoubt, be replaced by the 'theory ofnliberation' that should have as its fundamentalntask the elaboration of newnintegrating categories beginning with anredemption of the historical sense ofnman."nThe anthology thus moves in itsnconsiderations from . . .

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