Free will and logic
Chapter One begins with a brief survey of the main participants in the Free Will dispute. It is argued, in general terms, that the dispute between them - whether or not Determinism is inconsistent with moral responsibility - can be settled only by a logical or conceptual enquiry. A contrary view - that we can settle the dispute by appeal to introspection - is examined and refuted. The question 'Are our wills contra-causally free?' is shown to have three presuppositions: One factual, and two...[Show more]
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