1. FREEDOM OF THE
Loreto C. Jugo Jr. LPT, SST II
Busao National High School
Busao, Maribojoc, Bohol
•What is Freedom?
“The condition or right of
being able or allowed to do, say,think, etc.
whatever you want to, without
being controlled or limited”
3. FREEDOM IS AN INTRINSIC AND
ESSENTIAL PROPERTY OF THE PERSON!
“This means that the human
person by nature is a FREE
BEING, and that it is in his or
her nature to seek wisdom.”
4. WHERE DOES FREEDOM ROOTED?
“The ability or power to make decisions for
yourself, especially thepower of a nation to decide how it will
be governed, ’The ability to BECOME.”
•EXERCISE OF INTELLECT
“The process to manifest his or her ideas and aspirations.”
“The ability to decide what to
do independently of any outside influence”
6. ACTIVITY! HELP ME! I’M TIED UP!
LOOK FOR A PARTNER!
•GRABBED BOTH HANDS OF YOUR
PARTNER AND AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE
DO NOT LET YOUR PARTNER GO OFF HIS
OR HER HANDS. HOLD HIM OR HER AS
TIGHT AS POSSIBLE.
7. WHAT’S GOOD WITH FREEDOM?
•Freedom gives us the choice to undertake
one the best possible action.
•Freedom requires a degree of control from
the person who exercises it.
8. WHAT’S SLAVERY?
Persons who have denied by their
freedom. It is a dehumanizing act
because a person is forced to for life
without the possibility of ever leaving a
life of bondage.
9. KINDS OF FREEDOM
-refers to the absence of any physical restraint.
The person is free move wherever he or she goes.
-is also called as FREEDOM OF CHOICE. The person
performs actions that he considers right and wise.
-refers to as FREEDOM IN MANNER that upholds
human dignity and goodness. The person is not an
object of other’s freedom.
10. WHAT MAKES US FREE?
HOW DOES FREEDOM
LET US WATCH THIS!
-It refers to the ability of a person to act out his or her
free will and self-determination.
-It means that a person may decide to act or not to act,
and these decisions are made out of his or her own free
-It also means that a person may act even if he or she is
not required or called to take action.
-It refers to the person being accountable for
his or her actions and consequences. As a free
being, the person must accept the
consequences of his or her action and take
responsibility for them.
14. •Voluntariness and responsibility go hand-
in-hand in determining a person’s
freedom. In any situation where a person
is forced to do an action against his or her
will, it follows that he or she cannot be
held responsible for his or her involuntary
15. WE CAN THEREFORE EXAMINE OUR ACTIONS, HABITS,
AND BEHAVIOR BY ASKING OURSELVES THE
•What should I do?
•Why should I do it?
•What will happen if I do it?
•How will my actions or behavior affect myself,
others, and my surroundings?
•Will my actions or behavior be considered correct,
proper, beneficial, and moral?
16. LET ME THINK?
WHAT DO WE MEAN WHEN WE SAY,
“FREEDOM IS EXPERIENCED
THROUGH THE ACT OF MAKING
17. When we make the choice to do a particular action,
we can never go back and redo our actions and make
another choices. Real life is not a movie where we can
stop and rewind events and get a “second take” on
the situation. Therefore it is very important that we
exercise caution and prudence and reflect on our
possible courses of action. That is why,
SELF-REFLECTION is vital in the proper exercise of