Of Liberty and Necessity and Selections from Questions concerning Liberty, Necessity, and Chance [1654-1656]

Cambridge University Press, 1999 (Hobbes and Bramhall on Liberty and Necessity, Vere Chappell, ed.)

This volume presents an exchange between Hobbes and the Anglican cleric John Bramhall.  Hobbes and Bramhall debate questions such as whether human beings can act freely, what freedom means, whether freedom and material determination can coexist, and how divine punishment can be justified.  This volume, edited by Vere Chappell, includes complete texts of their initial letters, selections from their subsequent replies to one another, and excerpts from other works of Hobbes that touch upon necessity and free will.

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