Monday, 8 February 2010


Spontaneity, being understood as the automatic response of the social order to a change in the environment, is closely related to the concept of negative liberty, for coercion implies an arbitrary command or a lack of information. Since the individual is enabled to infer the spontaneous changes given in a social order from the knowledge of a fragment of it, he can adjust his plans to his own expectancies, not being coerced his will in such cases. This consideration is a bridge to be built between “The Constitution of Liberty” and “Law, Legislation and Liberty”.-