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An examination of the late Reverend President Edward's 'Enquiry on freedom of will' : more especially the foundation principle of his book, with the tendency and consequences of the reasoning therein contained. In three parts... With an appendix, containing a specimen of coincidence between the principles of Mr. Edwards's book, and those of ancient and modern fatalists..; Dana, James, 1735-1812; Boston : Printed by Daniel Kneeland, 1770; pt. I. Of the supposed connection of volition with the highest motive. - pt. II. Of the indissoluble connection of moral causes and effects. - pt. III. Moral liberty belongs to moral agents. Or Mr. Edwards's necessity, if true in theory, is not applicable to practice

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