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Tao Jonesing

I look forward to reading your book because I have been thinking about the individual and society lately. In many ways, I don't think "respect for the individual" has declined at all. (Consider the work of Hobbes, Bentham,Hamilton, Lippmann, etc.) Rather, what it means to be an individual, politically and legally, has been degraded along with the meaning of ideas like liberty and freedom.
Best regards.

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