Truth, freedom, and evil

New York,: Harper & Row. Edited by Jasper Hopkins & Herbert Warren Richardson (1965)
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Editors' foreword.--Editors' introduction.--Bibliography.--Preface, by Anselm.--Concerning truth --On freedom of choice --The fall of Satan.

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