Freedom of Choice Affirmed

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Horizon Press, 1967 - Philosophy - 214 pages
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Dr. Corliss Lamont, using Humanist philosophy as his touchstone, convincingly argues the case for the existence of freedom of choice. Brilliantly reasoned and richly documented, Freedom of Choice Affirmed draws upon science, literature, and religion as well as the work of Einstein, William James, Erich Fromm, Spinoza, Luther, and Melville, among others.

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Contents

The Continuing Controversy
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PART
11
The Perennial Debate
13
Copyright

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