Alarcón, E. (2010). ""Libertad y necesidad"". Anuario Filosófico, 43 (1), 25-46
Freedom is not identical with free choice, or the capacity of
deciding between diverse, contingent alternatives. It is not the variety
of options what increases voluntariness and liberty in willing,
but the kind of the goods. As these are always preferable as
coming together, and not as alternatives excluding each other,
greatest and most freely beloved goods are always unique, necessary,
and —as such— unelegible and never chosen.