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Nudism and free
Nudism would not appear again in Heinlein's work until 1957's The Door Into Summer ; free love next made an appearance in 1961, in Stranger in a Strange Land.

Nudism and which
Nudism is the act of being naked, while naturism is a lifestyle which at various times embraced nature, environment, respect for others, self-respect, crafts, healthy eating, vegetarianism, teetotalism, non-smoking, yoga, physical exercise and pacifism as well as nudity.

Nudism and .
* Nudism and clothing optional lifestyles.
Nudism is no longer practiced in many communities within the Church of the Universe.

free and love
Love and compassion are components of all forms of Buddhism, and are focused on all beings equally: love is the wish that all beings be happy, and compassion is the wish that all beings be free from suffering.
In 1837, Douglass met and fell in love with Anna Murray, a free black woman in Baltimore about five years older than him.
In Europe and America, a broader movement of " free love " was also emerging from the 1860s among first-wave feminists and radicals of the libertarian left.
Some advocates of free love in the early 20th century, including Russian anarchist and feminist Emma Goldman, also spoke in defence of same-sex love and challenged repressive legislation.
" When the narrator is separated from Ruth, with whom he has fallen in love, he is free to explore other sexual ( and religious ) possibilities before deciding at the end of the poem to participate in the ritualistic order marriage represents.
As a credo, individualist anarchism remained largely a bohemian lifestyle, most conspicuous in its demands for sexual freedom (' free love ') and enamored of innovations in art, behavior, and clothing .".
In this way free love currents and other radical lifestyles such as naturism had popularity among individualist anarchists.
Lucifer the Lightbearer, an influential American free love journalAn important current within individualist anarchism is free love.
The most important American free love journal was Lucifer the Lightbearer ( 1883 – 1907 ) edited by Moses Harman and Lois Waisbrooker but also there existed Ezra Heywood and Angela Heywood's The Word ( 1872 – 1890, 1892 – 1893 ).
Also M. E. Lazarus was an important American individualist anarchist who promoted free love.
In Europe, the main propagandist of free love within individualist anarchism was Émile Armand.
He proposed the concept of la camaraderie amoureuse to speak of free love as the possibility of voluntary sexual encounter between consenting adults.
The Brazilian individualist anarchist Maria Lacerda de Moura lectured on topics such as education, women's rights, free love, and antimilitarism.
Walker was co-editor of the excellent free-thought / free love journal Lucifer, the Light-Bearer ".
and also later took a special interest in free love as he participated in the journal The Adult: A Journal for the Advancement of Freedom in Sexual Relationships.
There she also lectured on topics including education, women's rights, free love, and antimilitarism.
From these early influences individualist anarchism in different countries attracted a small but diverse following of bohemian artists and intellectuals, free love and birth control advocates ( see Anarchism and issues related to love and sex ), individualist naturists nudists ( see anarcho-naturism ), freethought and anti-clearical activists as well as young anarchist outlaws in what came to be known as illegalism and individual reclamation ( see European individualist anarchism and individualist anarchism in France ).
As a credo, individualist anarchism remained largely a bohemian lifestyle, most conspicuous in its demands for sexual freedom (' free love ') and enamored of innovations in art, behavior, and clothing.
In the Bhakti tradition within Hinduism, it is believed that execution of devotional service to God leads to the development of Love for God ( taiche bhakti-phale krsne prema upajaya ), and as love for God increases in the heart, the more one becomes free from material contamination ( krishna-prema asvada haile, bhava nasa paya ).
Being perfectly in love with God or Krishna makes one perfectly free from material contamination.

free and which
Recognizing that the Rule of Law is `` a dynamic concept which should be employed not only to safeguard the civil and political rights of the individual in a free society '', the Congress asserted that it also included the responsibility `` to establish social, economic, educational and cultural conditions under which his legitimate aspirations and dignity may be realized ''.
In his Message of December 2, 1862, he put his purpose and his policy in these words -- which I would call the Lincoln Law of Liberty-and-Union: `` In giving freedom to the slave, we assure freedom to the free ''.
At that point we reach the `` closed '' historical situation: the situation in which man is no longer free to return to a status quo ante.
Although we continue to pay our conversational devotions to `` free private enterprise '', `` individual initiative '', `` the democratic way '', `` government of the people '', `` competition of the marketplace '', etc., we live rather comfortably in a society in which economic competition is diminishing in large areas, bureaucracy is corroding representative government, technology is weakening the citizen's confidence in his own power to make decisions, and the threat of war is driving him economically and physically into the ground ''.
The Agreeable Autocracies is an attempt to explore some of the institutions which both reflect and determine the character of the free society today.
He saw the age as one in which Britain `` settled her free constitution '' and attained her modern place in the world.
Both abolition of war and new techniques of production, particularly robot factories, greatly increase the world's wealth, a situation described in the following passage, which has the true utopian ring: `` Everything was so cheap that the necessities of life were free, provided as a public service by the community, as roads, water, street lighting and drainage had once been.
What is required is the full implementation of Article 2 of the Treaty, which provides: `` The Parties will contribute toward the further development of peaceful and friendly international relations by strengthening their free institutions, by bringing about a better understanding of the principles upon which these institutions are founded, and by promoting conditions of stability and well-being.
In order to attract new industries, 15 states or more are issuing tax free bonds to build government owned plants which are leased to private enterprise.
Facing a prosecution which has demanded the death penalty, he said: ' I have participated in the war against Communism in Korea and at Dienbienphu, and I have helped in the evacuation of North Vietnamese to the free world.
In addition to the basic programs in wavelength standards, spectroscopy, solid state physics, interactions of the free electron and atomic constants which are necessary to provide the foundation for technological progress, the Bureau has strengthened its activities in laboratory astrophysics.
They offer exceptional design freedom, making it possible to incorporate contours and details which give free range to the talents of the designer.
Thus, direct comparisons can be drawn with free burning arcs which have been studied in detail during the past years and decades by numerous investigators ( Ref. 3 ).
Continuing with the case in which **zg is a Af curve on a quadric Q, we first observe that the second regulus of Q consists precisely of the lines which join the two free intersections of **zg and the planes through any one of the multiple secants.
Any free elections that were to be held in Poland would have to produce a government in which Moscow had complete confidence, and all pressure from the West for free voting by anti-Soviet elements in Poland would be met by restrictions on voting by these elements.
Professor McNeill thinks that at Yalta, Stalin did not fully realize the dilemma which faced him, that he thought the exclusion of the anti-Soviet voters from East European elections would not be greatly resented by his allies, while neither Roosevelt nor Churchill frankly faced `` the fact that, in Poland at least, genuinely free democratic elections would return governments unfriendly to Russia '', by any definition of international friendliness.
In a way, we may be witnessing the same thing in the sales of automobiles today as the public no longer is willing to purchase any car coming on the market but is more insistent on compact cars free of the frills which were accepted in the Fifties.
that business be free from governmental supervision and notions of morality which might clog the automatic adjustments of the free market ; ;
A hypothetical issue of this sort might deal with the establishment of a free public junior college in a community where there already was a good private college which served the middle-class youth adequately but was too expensive for working-class youth.
It has become painfully clear that the very attempt to make the language of social research free of values by erecting mathematical and physical models, is itself a conditioned response to a world which pays a premium price for technological manipulation.

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