Freedom and Telos: Commitment

You become freer once you’ve made a commitment.

Paradox of freedom.

—- I see freedom without limits is not only meaningless but anxiety producing. The anxiousness is the ontological condition of the modern identity arisen in the ideal that freedom is limitless ness. Actually, True freedom is the finding that which defines end, such that one is confined by that end to grow and unfold toward it, inevitably. This confinement is commitment.

Author: landzek

My name is Lance Kair, a philosopher, a counselor and a musician who is being questioned.

2 thoughts on “Freedom and Telos: Commitment”

  1. I see it as freedom without limits is not only meaningless but anxiety producing. True freedom is the finding that which define your end, such that one is confined by that end to grow and unfold toward it, inevitably. This confinement is commitment.

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