I do agree with Benjamin's point her, for the most part. I think that things you have done in the past will always follow you, whether you want them to or not. I think this is where reputations come from and why a good majority of people believe that "people can't change". The fight for freedom is just that, a fight. To some freedom has been achieved and for others it hasn't. Wrongs will be committed in the fight for freedom but with out a fight there is no freedom. I believe that the wrongs committed will overall end up being good.
I do not think the conflict of the freedom of the individual versus the collective is resolved in hamlet. I think that hamlet lets his emotions run wild and they influence all of his decisions. I think with his motions guiding him he make decisions that only benefit him without thinking or giving much thought to the others or his clan.
I think that one example of the freedom of the individual versus the freedom of the collective is the idea that you can get augmentations which to us is like cosmetic surgery. Choosing what to do with your body is ultimately your choice and you have the rights to do what you want. Which is what swan among many other spacers is doing. Even though this is true, it is still seen as a bad thing ti change your body. in todays time this has a lot to do with religious background and cultural differences as well.