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Works on the topic of liberty within the field of Psychology: Work in Progress

The goal of this document is to collect and share resources in the field of psychology that pertain to libertarianism and the converse tyranny. I am not limiting this to explicitly libertarian scholars and research.  If you have related material, I would love to include it here. The concept of liberty in the field of psychology is defined as research and theories relevant to the issues of voluntary interaction, self-determination, and celebration of the individual’s role in society.   Psychologists’ and their work addressing the role of liberty:

  • Thomas S. Szasz
  • Nathaniel Branden
  • Philip Zimbardo
  • Erich Fromm
  • Jacques Lacan
  • Victor Frankl

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