Perhaps no greater question divides scholars, jurists, and statesmen than the nature of human liberty. While liberty is central to the claims of the Christian Gospel, the Glorious Revolution of 1688, and the American Revolution, discussions about its nature have been characterized by profound disagreement. What does it mean to be free? Why should man be free? What, if any, responsibilities accompany freedom? These matters are at the heart of On Ordered Liberty. Ideal for graduate students and those interested in law and public policy, On Ordered Liberty goes beyond the liberal and conservative divide and asks readers to think about the proper ends of human choice and action.