The freedom to “do whatever you want”

Liberalism and Identity : What, roughly speaking, does it mean to be a “liberal” in the sense that Appiah is concerned with? What is his response to the old-school conservative who worries that freedom to “do whatever you want” (their description of liberalism) could be bad because people will misuse it? How is the idea of leading a valuable, flourishing life part of Appiah’s response, and why is the notion of a person’s “identity” important to this response?

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