Hobbes on Liberty, Action and Free Will

Hobbes’s views on free will and action were radically revisionary of a well established scholastic theory of the ethical significance of freedom and of freedom’s relation to law. At the heart of this scholastic theory was an account of freedom as a multi-way power to determine alternatives, and of human action as a distinctively practical mode of exercising reason.¬†Thomas Pink works on ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of law and on related areas of metaphysics, on the history of these fields.

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