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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter I
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    • unfree, of which the being and action are precisely and fixedly
    • unfreedom,’ of a conceivable ‘freedom’ of the will,
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IX
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    • be unfree.
    • morally unfree who follow their natural instincts or the accepted
    • long as it is not free. Whether the compulsion of man's unfree nature
    • unfree because he indulges his unmeasured sexual desire, or because
    • themselves; unfree in so far as they submit to control. Which of us
    • free and unfree actions. We cannot, however, form a
    • feels itself unfree in presence of every law that is forced upon it.”
    • have set up laws over the rest of mankind, and only he is unfree who
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter X
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    • principles from without he is actually unfree. But Monism ascribes to
    • Monistic view, man's action is unfree when he obeys some perceptible
    • unfree. He is conscious of himself as unfree in the world of
    • develop still as an unfree being, until he reaches the point where he
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XII
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    • his Ideas. For an unfree spirit, the reason why he singles out a
    • p. ix.] (cp. p. 80 ff.). To the unfree spirit this
    • consciousness of the unfree spirit. A Christian models his conduct
    • concerning what we ought to do must be given to the unfree spirit in
    • unfree spirit only by means of a concrete representation, e.g.,
    • which do not lie in himself. Such a man is unfree in his action.
    • right or what you consider wrong would mean to be free or unfree as
    • to say that on this ground it is unfree; for a greater freedom can
    • do nothing or to be unfree. Not until they enslave my spirit, drive
    • mine, do they really aim at making me unfree. That is the reason why
    • unfree if she calls impure all those motives which she has not
    • enunciated. A church or other community produces unfreedom when its
    • act of will believe that every act of will is unfree. Those who are
    • unfree in so far as he cannot carry through the repressing of the
    • organic activity, but that this unfreedom is tending towards freedom,

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