William FLEMING (D.D.). gation laid upon man, he must have power to discharge it. Man would be a monster if he were not free; for he would be, on the one hand, bound to obey a law, and, on the other hand, without power to obey it freely.
|Title||:||The Students' Manual of Moral Philosophy. A Manual of Moral Philosophy, with Quotations and References for the Use of Students|
|Author||:||William FLEMING (D.D.)|