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Hi everyone.

These two terms - the liberty of Spontaneity and Indifference have been cropping up while I have been revising for the A2 OCR ethics paper. I've tried researching what they mean but I'm still clueless. Could anyone elaborate on this please?

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Please could anyone help?
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Liberty of indifference is basically the idea that we have the capacity for alternative action which isn't wholly determined by our nature.
Liberty of spontaneity is saying the opposite: that we are bound by genetic chains, customs/practices of the society that we are brought up in so we don't really have free will.
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