William Irwin replies to his interlocutors in this month's Cato Unbound.
Tom G. Palmer argues that inner freedom is a valuable thing, but that it is most reliably obtained when one is not politically oppressed.
Stephen Asma says we should maybe just give up on inner freedom.
Mark D. White looks to Immanuel Kant's account of freedom to bridge the gap.
Aaron Ross Powell argues that inner freedom is best pursued in a free society, and that these two aspects of the good life are mutually reinforcing.
William Irwin's libertarianism began with inner freedom.
What's the relationship between political freedom and the freedom from bad inner tendencies like greed, fear, or anger?