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Fate and Free Will

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'''Fate and Free Will''' is the title given to texts by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] written sometime after January [[1968]]. The fragment was published in ''[[Tolkien Studies: Volume 6]]'' (2009) and was edited by [[Carl F. Hostetter]].
 
'''Fate and Free Will''' is the title given to texts by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] written sometime after January [[1968]]. The fragment was published in ''[[Tolkien Studies: Volume 6]]'' (2009) and was edited by [[Carl F. Hostetter]].
  
The essay (or rather, notes) consists of a philosophical discussion of [[Eldar|Eldarin]] thoughts on fate and free will, presented in the context of a linguistic discussion of Elvish phonology (of the two [[Quenya]] words ''[[ambar]]'' 'world' and and ''[[Umbar (Quenya)|umbar]]'' 'fate').
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The essay (or rather, notes) consists of a philosophical discussion of [[Eldar|Eldarin]] thoughts on fate and free will, presented in the context of a linguistic discussion of Elvish phonology (of the two [[Quenya]] words ''[[ambar]]'' 'world' and and ''[[umbar]]'' 'fate').
  
 
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Revision as of 12:48, 22 May 2010

Fate and Free Will is the title given to texts by J.R.R. Tolkien written sometime after January 1968. The fragment was published in Tolkien Studies: Volume 6 (2009) and was edited by Carl F. Hostetter.

The essay (or rather, notes) consists of a philosophical discussion of Eldarin thoughts on fate and free will, presented in the context of a linguistic discussion of Elvish phonology (of the two Quenya words ambar 'world' and and umbar 'fate').