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Freedom of the will

Author: Jonathan Edwards
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©1957.
Series: Works of Jonathan Edwards, v. 1.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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First published in 1754 under title: A careful and strict enquiry into the modern prevailing notions of that freedom of will, which is supposed to be essential to moral agency, vertue and vice, reward and punishment, praise and blame.

"Remarks on the Essays on the principles of morality and natural religion": p. 453-465.

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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Named Person: Henry Home Kames, Lord; Henry Home Kames, Lord
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan Edwards
ISBN: 0300008481 9780300008487
OCLC Number: 393136
Notes: First published in 1754 under title: A careful and strict enquiry into the modern prevailing notions of that freedom of will, which is supposed to be essential to moral agency, vertue and vice, reward and punishment, praise and blame.
"Remarks on the Essays on the principles of morality and natural religion": p. 453-465.
Description: xii, 494 p. : port., facsim. ; 24 cm.
Contents: "Remarks on the Essays on the principles of morality and natural religion": p. 453-465.
Series Title: Works of Jonathan Edwards, v. 1.
Responsibility: Jonathan Edwards ; edited by Paul Ramsey.

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First published in 1754 under title: A careful and strict enquiry into the modern prevailing notions of that freedom of will, which is supposed to be essential to moral agency, vertue and vice, reward and punishment, praise and blame.

"Remarks on the Essays on the principles of morality and natural religion": p. 453-465.

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by hytekswytek (WorldCat user on 2007-10-06)

Wherien are explained various terms and things belonging to the subject of the ensuing discourse -- Wherien it is considered there is, or can be any such sort of freedom of will, as that wherein Arminians [sic] place the essence of the liberty of all moral agents; amd whether any such thing ever was, or can be conceived of -- Wherien is inquired, whether any such liberty of will as Arminians [sic] hold, be necessary to moral agency, virtue and vice, praise and dispraise, etc. -- Wherien the chief grounds of the reasonings of Arminians [sic], in support and defense of their notions of liberty, moral agency, etc. and against the opposite doctrine are considered.

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