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Edited by Duncan French and Louis J. Kotzé

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Louis J. Kotzé and Duncan French

Humans only seem able to function well if our actions are limited by boundaries. History seems to teach us that unconstrained free will is a recipe for disaster; if left to our own devices, we will do whatever we want without much consideration of actual or potential future consequences. This truism - always characterised with noble exceptions - seems to be as accurate at the community level as it is (often) for the individual. And that is why we need boundaries: boundaries set limits, and these limits are meant to achieve, maintain and/or return us to what is perceived to be a desired condition.

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Edited by Martha F. Davis, Morten Kjaerum and Amanda Lyons

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Edited by Martha F. Davis, Morten Kjaerum and Amanda Lyons

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Edited by Martha F. Davis, Morten Kjaerum and Amanda Lyons

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Michael J. Trebilcock