An Analogical Approach to Divine Freedom

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Assuming an analogical account of religious predication, this paper utilizes recent work in the metaphysics of free will to build towards an account of divine freedom. I argue that what actions an agent is capable of freely performing depends on his or her moral character.
Keywords Divine freedom  free will  moral character
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