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Houghton Mifflin Company
Oxford University Press
Burns and Oates
Mayer and Müller
Houghton Mifflin Company,
Oxford University Press,
Burns and Oates,
Mayer and Müller,
Clarendon Press / 1865–1920
The subject of free will remains one of the most fertile grounds for debate in fields from psychology and biology to theology and philosophy. This collection gathers a variety of classic resources from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries discussing various aspects of determinism and free will.
See how beliefs about self and society impact our perceptions of decision-making. Study how views of determinism affect theology, psychology, and politics. See how everyone from ethical evolutionists and traditional theologians have explained free will, and access examinations of how great minds have wrestled with this problem.
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