The Problem of Freedom
"The Problem of Freedom results from a course of lectures delivered in 1909 before the Lowell Institute of Boston. Delivered without notes, they were carefully reported and subsequently much revised. Herbert offers here a fairly intelligible, systematic, and original survey of an intricate, ancient, and ever-present problem."--Amazon.com product desc.
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