ba@, in a world where nearly all speech becomes so general, such words are utilized only to strike some vague emotion perhaps 'hardwired' into our kind of monkey, then retroactively justified through logical gaming when challenged, making the conditions of usage seem so inevitable, so 'natural.' morality in nutshell.
whereas 'revolution,' as you note, can mean two contradictory trajectories, so does 'freedom' within very constrained 'economic' parameters, made 'secure' by way of life-annihilating 'technology,' no longer considered 'craft' or 'art,' but almost self-replicating 'commodity' and most definitely no longer 'producing' anything close to 'verdant' as our 'progressives' would have us believe is possible if only managed by them...and so on. don't get me started on 'family' and the 'it takes a village' crap!
so goes my etymological rant!
:) and :(
see, aristotle was mistaken...or taken in by his own bullshit. one can hold contradictory views about the 'same' set 'things' in the 'same' conditions. it's just that 'right' is reserved for the more powerful leisurely classes. they've been doing it all along.
edit for added thoughts.