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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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freedom
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1 Int, 4 | the rights of individual freedom, and on this basis they 2 Int, 4 | things can be done with total freedom and indeed with the free 3 Int, 5 | justice, development, true freedom, peace and happiness!~May 4 1, 8 | him, reminding him of his freedom in the face of evil: man 5 1, 8 | values such as survival, freedom and peace are involved.~ ~ 6 1, 13 | self-centered concept of freedom, which regards procreation 7 1, 17 | progress and a victory of freedom, while depicting as enemies 8 1, 17 | depicting as enemies of freedom and progress those positions 9 1 | 4:9): a perverse idea of freedom ~ ~ 10 1, 18 | expressions of individual freedom, to be acknowledged and 11 1, 19 | practice lies in a notion of freedom which exalts the isolated 12 1, 19 | individualistic concept of freedom, which ends up by becoming 13 1, 19 | ends up by becoming the freedom of "the strong" against 14 1, 19 | that God gives everyone freedom, a freedom which possesses 15 1, 19 | gives everyone freedom, a freedom which possesses an inherently 16 1, 19 | openness to others; but when freedom is made absolute in an individualistic 17 1, 19 | needs to be emphasized: freedom negates and destroys itself, 18 1, 19 | link with the truth. When freedom, out of a desire to emancipate 19 1, 20 | 20. This view of freedom leads to a serious distortion 20 1, 20 | which the maximum possible freedom is guaranteed to each individual. 21 1, 20 | means to attribute to human freedom a perverse and evil significance: 22 1, 20 | This is the death of true freedom: "Truly, truly, I say to 23 1, 21 | to the perverse idea of freedom mentioned above. We have 24 1, 22 | assimilate with genuine freedom these crucial moments of 25 1, 22 | consequences of such a "freedom without law" leads some 26 1, 22 | position of a "law without freedom", as for example in ideologies 27 1, 22 | when this loss leads to a freedom without rules and when it 28 1, 22 | leaves man in "fear" of his freedom.~By living "as if God did 29 2, 31 | gentle and intense love.~Freedom from slavery meant the gift 30 2, 34 | ability to attain truth and freedom are human prerogatives inasmuch 31 2, 42 | nor can one speak of a freedom to ?use and misuse', or 32 2, 49 | 14). This is the law of freedom, joy and blessedness.~ ~ 33 2, 50 | the sure hope of finding freedom and redemption.~ ~ 34 3, 52 | in the person graced with freedom, and it asks to be welcomed, 35 3, 56 | the exercise of his or her freedom. In this way authority also 36 3, 68 | should be allowed complete freedom to dispose of their own 37 3, 69 | unattainable, then respect for the freedom of the citizens - who in 38 3, 69 | sphere the most complete freedom of choice and demand that 39 3, 69 | guaranteeing maximum space for the freedom of each individual, with 40 3, 69 | of not infringing on the freedom and rights of any other 41 3, 69 | respect for other people's freedom of choice requires that 42 3, 70 | crimes and radical denials of freedom have also been committed 43 3, 71(91)| Declaration on Religious Freedom Dignitatis Humanae, 7. ~ 44 3, 71 | and under the pretext of freedom. 93~In the Encyclical Pacem 45 3, 71(93)| Declaration on Religious Freedom Dignitatis Humanae, 7. ~ 46 3, 74 | invoking respect for the freedom of others or by appealing 47 3, 74 | dignity, and in this way human freedom itself, the authentic meaning 48 3, 75 | absolute value for human freedom: they are valid always and 49 3, 75 | stage of the journey towards freedom. As Saint Augustine writes, " 50 3, 75 | writes, "the beginning of freedom is to be free from crimes... 51 3, 75 | lift up one's head towards freedom. But this is only the beginning 52 3, 75 | is only the beginning of freedom, not perfect freedom".100~ 53 3, 75 | of freedom, not perfect freedom".100~ 54 3, 76 | departure for the start of true freedom. It leads us to promote 55 4, 81 | to realize our personal freedom.~It also involves making 56 4, 83 | beauty and its invitation to freedom and responsibility. It is 57 4, 90 | guaranteeing conditions of true freedom of choice in matters of 58 4, 91 | about procreation in full freedom and with genuine responsibility. 59 4, 92 | their children to authentic freedom, actualized in the sincere 60 4, 96 | connection between life and freedom. These are inseparable goods: 61 4, 96 | violated. There is no true freedom where life is not welcomed 62 4, 96 | fullness of life except in freedom. Both realities have something 63 4, 96 | what gives the life and freedom of the person their truest 64 4, 96 | the necessary link between freedom and truth. As I have frequently 65 4, 96 | frequently stated, when freedom is detached from objective 66 4, 96 | can man live and use his freedom to the full, and at the 67 4, 96 | time respect the life and freedom of every other person. Here 68 4, 98 | people, trained in true freedom, are to be able to preserve 69 4, 98 | they are called to combine freedom of information with respect


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