This lecture discusses key ideas from the Medieval philosopher, theologian, and Benedictine monk Anselm of Canterbury's dialogue, On Freedom of Choice (the second work in a trilogy including On Truth and On The Fall of the Devil)

It focuses specifically on his discussion in the last chapter of the work, in which he distinguishes between five different kinds or modes of freedom of choice (libertas arbitrii).

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