Human Finitude and Transcendence
Maurice Boutin

While taking for granted that the predicate of a proposition is deemed the most intelligible, the following proposal draws attention to three statements and then suggests (4) that freedom is the basic dynamism of finitude provided that finitude ceases to be identified, and thus confused, with limitation. The three statements are: (1) Human is fragile; (2) Human is fallible; (3) Human is finite.

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