Readership: Theologians, especially scholars and students of the early Church; philosophers, especially those with an interest in Augustine; classicists.
Simon Harrison, Former Research Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, currently a junior doctor at the Bristol Royal Infirmary
"Harrison's detailed attention to the text Lib. Arb., and in particular, to 1.12.25, is reminiscent of Jane Austen's description of 'the little bit (two inches wide) of ivory on which I work with so fine a brush'. The labour, however, is a rewarding one, demonstrating why for Augustine the reality of the human will is and remains undeniable, and showing us teh connectiions he drawsbetween the human will and our capacities to think and know." - Edward Dowler The Journal of Theological Studies
2: Dissecting `de libero arbitrio'
3: The integrity of lib.arb.
4: Approaching the will
5: Understanding, knowledge, and reponsibility
6: Facilitas, difficultas, and voluntas
7: A cogito-like argument?