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Freedom of Association

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[New Entry by Kimberley Brownlee and David Jenkins on May 3, 2019.] In almost all our activities, we engage with other people, usually in persistent connections or associations that vary according to our purposes. We have foundational associative experiences within our families; formative years of schooling with peers and teachers; workplace links with bosses, employees, and colleagues with whom we share at least corridors, carpet, and resources; and connections with like-minded companions, such as fellow hobbyists, devotees, friends, or union members....

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News source: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

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