From latin liberatĭo, the release is to put in freedom. Examples: 'guerrillas announced the imminent release of the Swiss hostage', 'the release of businessman kidnapped last week took place after the payment of a ransom of half a million dollars', "Bolivar was a man who fought tirelessly for the release of South America".
The concept of freedom refers to the ability of humans to develop an action according to their own will. Freedom is often associated with other virtues, such as justice and equality.
The free person is not subject to the will of the other in a coercive manner. The release was intended to put an end to coercion and to restore the freedom of the individual.
The concept of freedom can also be applied to an organization or a system (such as a State or a nation). This means that the release key countries, cities, etc.
Means Liberation theology Christian current which emerged in the Catholic Church in the 1960s and which is developed within the peoples of the third world fighting for the conquest of their national independence or political. This trend is related to Marxism and defends the freedom of human beings who are oppressed by others.
The release of an action, on the other hand, is the payment by a shareholder of all or part of the amount of the syndicated action.
Finally, release is the name of a newspaper in France.