What's So Good About Moral Freedom?

Wes Morriston's paper, "What's So Good About Moral Freedom?" (The Philosophical Quarterly 50 (July 2000), pp. 344-58) is a powerful critique of Plantinga's free will defense and Swinburne's free will theodicy. Here is the link.

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Partial Notes: Morriston's "A Critical Evaluation of the Kalam Argument"

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