freedom of thought freedom of thought


  • (n) the right to hold unpopular ideas


  1. Advance toward one goalfreedom of thought, freedom of belief, freedom of action.
  2. Nasser promised that it would ensure, for example, complete freedom for Egypt's muzzled press, freedom of thought and an independent judiciary.
  3. Mikolajczyk was a Pole who believed in freedom of thought, press, political opinion.


  • "Freedom of Religion" and "Freedom from Religion"

    The "Freedom of Religion" and "Freedom from Religion" are indeed linked to "Freedom of Thought". They are principles associated with the individual liberty - the state of being free. Liberty is the value of an individual to cherish and enjoy various social, political, or economic rights and privileges. -12Petals Media Group
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Payvand Iran News

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