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DISCOURSE I.

A DEFENCE

OF

TRUE LIBERTY

FROM

ANTECEDENT AND EXTRINSECAL NECESSITY;

BEING

AN ANSWER

TO A LATE BOOK OF MR. THOMAS HOBBES OF MALMESBURY,

ENTITLED

A TREATISE OF LIBERTY AND NECESSITY.

WRITTEN BY THE RIGHT REVEREND

JOHN BRAMHALL, D.D.

AND

LORD BISHOP OF DERRY.

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T. H.'s own words convict his theory of falsehood.]

NUMBER II.

[T. H.'s boast.

J. D.'s Reply.]

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NUMBER III.

[T. H.'s Answer to J. D.'s Preface.

Liberty to act does not imply liberty to will.

J. D.'s Reply.

1. T. H. confounds liberty with spontaneity.

2. And hypothetical with antecedent necessity.

3. True liberty includes liberty to will.]

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ib.

ib.

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