Angels of my freedom

Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla

Angels of my freedom

Proponders of my freedom

Messaiahs of my liberty

Champions of my individuality

Lovers of my identity

Guten Morgen


John Rawls


Sir Edward Coke

Hugo Grotius
Thomas Hobbes
John Milton
John Lilburne

Richard Overton

Algernon Sidney

John Locke

Samuel von Pufendorf

William Wollaston

John Trenchard

Thomas Gordon

Bernard Mandeville

Montesquieu [Charles-Louis de Secondat

Voltaire [François-Marie Arouet]

François Quesnay

Benjamin Franklin

David Hume

Adam Ferguson

Adam Smith

Richard Price

Immanuel Kant

Anne-Robert-Jacques Turgot

Anders Chydenius
Joseph Priestley

Thomas Paine

Cesare Beccaria
Thomas Jefferson

Nicolas de Condorcet

Jeremy Bentham

 James Madison

John Taylor of Caroline

Antoine Destutt de Tracy

William Godwin

 Mary Wollstonecraft

 Germaine de Staël

 Wilhelm von Humboldt

Benjamin Constant

Jean-Baptiste Say

David Ricardo

James Mill

William Ellery Channing

Sarah Grimké

Angelina Grimké

Frédéric Bastiat

Harriet Martineau

Richard Cobden

John Bright

Alexis de Tocqueville

William Lloyd Garrison

 John Stuart Mill

Harriet Taylor Mill

Lysander Spooner

 Henry David Thoreau

 Frederick Douglass

Gustave de Molinari

Herbert Spencer

John Elliott Cairnes

Edward Atkinson

Josephine Butler

Lord Acton [John Dalberg-Acton]

Auberon Herbert

Henry George

 Carl Menger

 Bruce Smith

 Benjamin Tucker

Voltairine de Cleyre

 Albert J. Nock

Ludwig von Mises

Frank Knight

Isabel Paterson

Rose Wilder Lane

Walter Eucken

Suzanne La Follette

  1. A. Hayek

Karl Popper

Ayn Rand

Isaiah Berlin

 Ronald Coase

Milton Friedman

James M. Buchanan

 Gordon Tullock

 Murray Rothbard

 Gary Becker

Israel Kirzner

Julian L. Simon

 Elinor Ostrom

 Walter Williams

Robert Nozick

  • Author: Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla (Offline Offline)
  • Published: May 27th, 2023 01:25
  • Comment from author about the poem: Philosophers and practitioners have historically been hard-core proponents of liberal ideology and open societies. Liberal philosopher John Rawls is the only philosopher who married a typical African-American artist, Margaret Warfield Fox, intentionally to prove that his justice theories and anti-racist ideologies and practices are not different. Social scholars and theorists die for beauty and youngness of partner, but philosopher John Rawls married a same-age and typical African woman, breaking those traditional ways of life even among so-called Nobel laureates and theorists. The beautiful couple had four children: Anne Warfield, Robert Lee, Alexander Emory, and Elizabeth Fox. John Rawls is the only moral philosopher or icon who never divorced his partner. One can see the promise of marriage and morality not only in his theoretical faculties but also in his life and death. Hence, he occupies the highest position in my thought process. Hence, I followed in the footsteps of my teacher, John Rawls, by marrying an Ethiopian royal family member and artist, Princess Selamawit Hailu Bezabih, and having a beautiful baby boy named Saviour Suryaraju Mattimalla.
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