THREE NOTIONS OF FREEDOM IN ST. AUGUSTINE'S THOUGHT
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The paper concerns the most important notions involved in St. Augustine's theory of freedom: the structure of will as a power for desire, freedom in its psychological aspect, freedom in its moral aspect, and the power of a free choice. Special attention is paid to that last notion, which is a key term in St. Augustine's theory and an ontological basis of human freedom.
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