"Katherin Rogers's fine analysis is very much in the spirit of Anselm's own work. Her Anselm on Freedom
is an invaluable resource for both undergraduate and graduate students on the multivalent topic of human freedom." --American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly
"Rogers offers a careful and systematic study of Anselm's treatment of human freedom in the context of theistic theology. Philosophers of religion will find her discussion of free will with respect to the theological problems of creation, grace, divine foreknowledge and eternity useful and provocative." --Philosophy in Review
About the Author
is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Delaware, specializing in Medieval Philosophy and Philosophy of Religion.