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Whence the Ideas of Liberty and Necessity.       §7. Every one, I think, finds in himself a Power to begin or
forbear, continue or put an end to several Actions in himself. From
the consideration of the extent of this power of the mind over the
actions of the Man, which every one finds in himself, arise the Ideas
of Liberty and Necessity.
Locke Hum II, 21, §7, p. 237