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Civil society: civil society refers to those areas of human life where individuals engage in collective action and activity, but which are outside the realm of state action or not directly within the purview or control of the state. Having said that state and (civil) society are clearly separated in liberal thought, liberals recognise that the state and civil society interact. The state provides a regulatory framework in which such activity takes place. For example, a ‘social club’ might be required to gain a licence to operate.
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