What kind of belief systems doesn't allow humans to reach liberty?

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What kind of belief systems doesn't allow humans to reach liberty?

Post by Daniel Novoa on Tue 19 Sep - 12:19

There are some types of belief systems that repress in a certain way our freedom both of thought and of our actions. If you cannot avoid acting in a particular way, then your action is not free. According to this, what kind of belief systems private us of liberty?

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Re: What kind of belief systems doesn't allow humans to reach liberty?

Post by SamuelFrench on Mon 2 Oct - 21:04

Daniel Novoa wrote:There are some types of belief systems that repress in a certain way our freedom both of thought and of our actions. If you cannot avoid acting in a particular way, then your action is not free. According to this, what kind of belief systems private us of liberty?

Answering your question, Daniel, I personally think that every belief system that imposes an specific way of thinking and acting, without letting the community decide on wether they want to believe on it or not, should be considered as a belief system that rebukes freedom. A good example of this is Nazism; It was a belief system imposed by Hitler to the German population when they had no other choice.
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Post by AndresMolina on Mon 2 Oct - 21:38

SamuelFrench wrote:
Daniel Novoa wrote:There are some types of belief systems that repress in a certain way our freedom both of thought and of our actions. If you cannot avoid acting in a particular way, then your action is not free. According to this, what kind of belief systems private us of liberty?

Answering your question, Daniel, I personally think that every belief system that imposes an specific way of thinking and acting, without letting the community decide on wether they want to believe on it or not, should be considered as a belief system that rebukes freedom. A good example of this is Nazism; It was a belief system imposed by Hitler to the German population when they had no other choice.

Well, in order to respond to Daniel's question and at the same time reply to Samuel's answer, I want to based my arguments in the fact that a belief system is defined as a series of belief that are present in a society, withouth being formalized into a religion; taking account this, I establish that every believed system, independent of the rigurosity of it ideologies, affect in a direction manner the liberty of a person, since a belief not only influence it in belief in some thing, but it also promote it to be lest open-minded or receptive at the moment of receiving different ideas, not included in the person belief system; this affects the person ideologies liberty.

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