Perhaps one of today's most divisive questions among scholars, jurists and politicians is the nature and reality of human liberty.
What does it mean to be free? Is freedom an inalienable right of the human person? What part does government have in establishing and maintaing freedom for its citizens? Are there systems of govenment that threaten human freedom?
Our guest is a moral philosopher who has written and spoken extensively on this topic and the author of several books and monographs.