Finite Freedom

Paul Tillich (adapted)

“A human is essentially 'finite freedom'; freedom not in the sense of indeterminacy but in the sense of being able to determine their self through decisions in the center of their being. A human as finite freedom, is free within the contingencies of their finitude. But within these limits they are asked to make of themself what they are supposed to become, to fulfill their destiny.”

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