The Possibility of Man's Freedom

Philosophy 2 (8):516-531 (1927)
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Abstract

We may consider the possibility of man's freedom from two points of view: From the point of view of the metaphysical problem of “ free-will “; from the point of view of the meaning and conditions of felt freedom. The first point of view is the more familiar, and I propose to discuss it here only by way of preparing for a consideration of the second.

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