Humanities Press (1977)

Represents a significant stage in the development of Macmurray's philosophy of the personal. His suggestions about the nature of freedom and the conditions under which we may hope to enjoy it should be of great interest to anyone who is concerned about the development of a social and political system within which personal values can still be safeguarded.
Keywords Liberty  Self (Philosophy  Reason
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Reprint years 1991, 1993
Call number B1647.M133.C66 1993
ISBN(s) 0391037145   157392332X   9781573923323
DOI 10.2307/2217268
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