Freedom (disambiguation)

Freedom, generally, is having an ability to change without constraint.

Freedom may also refer to:

PhilosophyEdit

  • Academic freedom, the right to research, teach and communicate ideas or facts
  • Autonomy, the capacity to make an informed, un-coerced decision
  • Free will, the ability to choose between courses of action
  • Civil liberties, personal guarantees and freedoms that government cannot abridge without due process
  • Freedom of assembly, the right to come together and collectively express ideas
  • Freedom of association, the right to join or leave groups voluntarily
  • Freedom of choice, autonomy to select and perform an action
  • Freedom of speech, the freedom of an individual or community to articulate opinions and ideas without fear
  • Economic freedom, the ability of people of a society to take economic actions
  • Liberty, the ability to do as one pleases
  • Intellectual freedom, the freedom to hold, receive and disseminate ideas without restriction
  • Moral responsibility, the status of deserving praise or blame for an act or omission
  • Rights, legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement

ComputingEdit

  • Freedom (application), a software utility designed to allow a person to block their own access to the Internet for a set period of time
  • Freedom! (video game), a 1992 educational computer game on the history of slavery
  • Software freedom, a social movement promoting the freedom to run, study and change software

TransportEdit

PlacesEdit

United StatesEdit

Arts and entertainmentEdit

BooksEdit

Film and televisionEdit

MusicEdit

AlbumsEdit

SongsEdit

Other artsEdit

Mathematics and physicsEdit

PressEdit

SportsEdit

  • Florence Freedom, the former name of the Florence Y'alls, an independent minor league baseball team that plays in the Frontier League
  • Washington Freedom, a women's professional soccer (football) team
  • Freedom Chiya (born 1979), South African beach volleyball player

Other usesEdit

  • Freedom (Azerbaijan), an electoral alliance in Azerbaijan
  • Freedom (charity), a UK charity dedicated to helping victims of forced marriage
  • Freedom of the City, an honour bestowed by a municipality upon a valued member of the community or an important visitor
  • Freedom, Inc., a 1961 political organization of African-American political activists in Kansas City, Missouri
  • Freedom Furniture, a furniture retailer in Australia and New Zealand

See alsoEdit