Arts and Philosophy
- Freedom (disambiguation)
- Free: The Future of a Radical Price, 2009 book by Chris Anderson
- Free (film), a 2001 dramedy
- "Free" (Desperate Housewives), a television episode
- Free, to emancipate, to obtain political rights (usually for a disenfranchised group)
- Free, a pseudonym for the activist and writer Abbie Hoffman
- Free content, content without significant legal usability restrictions
- Free will, control exercised by rational agents over their actions and decisions
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“At the very moment when someone is beginning to take philosophy seriously, the whole world believes the opposite.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“The great end of all human industry is the attainment of happiness. For this were arts invented, sciences cultivated, laws ordained, and societies modelled, by the most profound wisdom of patriots and legislators. Even the lonely savage, who lies exposed to the inclemency of the elements and the fury of wild beasts, forgets not, for a moment, this grand object of his being.”
—David Hume (17111776)