The Purpose, Definition, and Structure of Free Choice
Free choice is the ability to keep justice, which Anselm defines as rightness of will kept for its own sake. He proposes a hierarchical analysis of free choice which prefigures the work of Harry Frankfurt. Contrary to one common interpretation, he does not foreshadow a Kantian ethic, but rather adheres to the standard eudaemonism of his day.
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