These three essays by Daniel Klein explore several themes concerning the relationship between liberty and the self. What is the role of individual responsibility in a free society? What, if any, role should government have in protecting people from making decisions they may regret later? How does allowing us to truly be authors of our own lives forward not just human freedom but human dignity? Klein brings together work in contemporary economics and philosophy along with canonical works in the classical liberal tradition to discuss these moral dimensions of human freedom.