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On Incompatibilist Free Will

By Mr. Blake Winter

Abstract

We consider the possibility of defining some kind of activity which meets the intuitive requirements of incompatibilist free will. Our analysis of this will be done in a fashion which in some ways parallels the work of Pink on this matter. We will then consider the evidence of such free will, both from an introspective perspective and from a scientific perspective. In the latter we consider neurological and psychological evidence

Topics: Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, Metaphysics
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:6352

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