Anselm's Doctrine of Freedom and the Will (Texts and Studies

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They developed a reform program of their own which did not lead to the formation of independent institutions. Drawing on his extensive background, he derived these principles from a variety of philosophical and religious traditions. Among these institutions Yale was primary. Love, learning, philosophy, desire, and God were all dear to the Middle Ages. You will light my lamp, Lord� (Augustine, Confessions, 4:15:25). Proceed with the checkout process as usual.

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