Tag: free will

On Individual Choices

“Thus, and not otherwise, the world was made. Either something or nothing must depend on individual choices. And if something, who could set bounds to it? A stone May determine the course of a river. He was that stone at this horrible moment which had become the center of the whole universe. The eldila of…

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On American Humanism (Page 500)

— GK Chesterton, Collected Works, XXXV, p. 500 Excellent essay, esp. for his points on the specifically human things (compare to Lewis’s list of things we can only get as a result of free will), and his commentary on the modern mind, and criticism & creativity. Because free will, though it makes evil possible, is…

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