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In 1751 for L'um published his Essays on Morality & Natural Religion, in which he conceded to men only an apparent freedom of the will. His views in that respect to aroused the celarm of Clergymen of the Church of Scotland that he withdrew what was regarded as so senous emor, & attributed man's delusive seine of brudom, not to innate conviction implanted by you, but to the influence of the passions - David Hume, his fellow-Countryman, would not have made that right about fare. But the latter view is about same as the other.
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