Volume 44, Issue 1
  • ISSN: 0167-2444
  • E-ISSN: 2949-8651



The present review brings into focus the content of the book’s subtitle: A New Philosophy of Free Will. The author’s stand in this age-old, much discussed and difficult philosophical problem amounts to the idea of a highly but not wholly determined pattern of a person’s actions. Actions never originate out of the blue but are influenced by many circumstances, such as the person’s inherent character, his education and external factors like good or bad luck. These factors are all beyond the persons control and we should allways be aware of that. It should change our attitude to man’s doings as well as jurisdiction on the whole.


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