Survey time! I have three questions for you, dear reader:
1) Suppose I am weak-willed, and will regretfully fail to do X even though I judge X to be for the best and indeed would prefer to do it (if only I could find the willpower). Does it violate my freedom when you force me to X for this reason?
2) Suppose I am misinformed, and refuse to do X because I fail to appreciate that it is a necessary means to achieving my heart's desire. If I knew better, I would choose to do X. Does it violate my freedom when you force me to X for this reason?
3) Suppose my values lack coherence. I refuse to do X because it isn't something I think I care about. But further reflection would bring me to care non-instrumentally about X after all (say my other values implicitly commit me to this). Does it violate my freedom when you force me to X for this reason?
Further: in each case, is my idealized self rationally bound to endorse your paternalistic intervention? What does the answer to this tell us about the moral status of intervening?