Doctrine of Free Will

Doctrine of Free Will

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Caption: Doctrine of Free Will Miniature only Paradiso Canto IV. Heaven of the Moon. Beatrice propounds the doctrine of free will. Plate points to a soul returning to a star; bent tree. Two examples of strength of will; St Lawrence on the grid-iron and Mucius Scaevola placing his hand in a flame before Porcene. Alcmeon slaying his mother in fulfilment of a vow made to his father Image taken from Divine Comedy. Originally published in Italy Tuscany; circa 1450. Author Dante Alighieri, Illustrated by Diovanni di Paolo.

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