Declaration of Independence #3: Liberty
Date:
Aug. 19, 1951
Description:
Aug. 19, 1951. Running time: 29:38. Thurman examines the Declaration of Independence and the significance of Locke's thinking that government is linked to all people being free and equal. This spiritual equality and liberty help government exist. Freedom means having a sense of alternative to the options in one's life.
Associated Personal Entities:
Benet, Stephen Vincent, 1898-1943
Locke, John, 1632-1704
Associated Subjects:
Declaration of Independence (series)
Declaration of Independence (series)
Liberty Religious aspects Christianity
Democracy -- United States