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: Maximus the Confessor on the operation of the will
Scottish Journal of Theology
Although Maximus' and Augustine's theologies of the will were shaped by very different polemical contexts, it is arguable that the two thinkers were interested in securing the same theological ground. In response to positions that treated the will as a reserve of human autonomy over against God, both thinkers sought to see the freedom of the will as a function of its integration into the natural order through grace. Maximus' concept of the natural will in particular functions as a means ofdoi:10.1017/s0036930605001481 fatcat:tparov2uxngwhgnlkc5weiak5y