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Action and Freedom, 2000

edited by James E. Tomberlin
Format
Book
Published
Malden, MA : Blackwell Publishers, c2000.
Language
English
Series
Philosophical Perspectives
ISBN
0631218254 (case : alk. paper), 0631218262 (pbk. : alk. paper), 0631221468
Contents
  • Free will remains a mystery / Peter Van Inwagen
  • Modest libertarianism / Randolph Clarke
  • Transfer principles and moral responsibility / Eleonore Stump and John Martin Fischer
  • Dual regress of free will and the role of alternative possibilities / Robert Kane
  • Autonomy and manipulated freedom / Tomis Kapitan
  • Causality, mind, and free will / Timothy O'Connor
  • Alternative possibilities and causal histories / Derk Pereboom
  • Libertarian compatibilism / Kadri Vihvelin
  • Casual determinism and human freedom are incompatible / Ted A. Warfield
  • Frankfurt's attack on the principle of alternative possibilities / David Widerker
  • Free will and agency at its best / Gideon Yaffe
  • Does libertarian freedom require alternate possibilities? / Linda Zagzebski
  • Valuing and the will / Michael E. Bratman
  • Epistemic requirements for moral responsibilty / Carl Ginet
  • Goal-directed action / Alfred R. Mele
  • Responsibility in cases of multiple personality disorder / Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Stephen Behnke
  • Survival of the sentient / Peter Unger
  • From self psychology to moral philosophy / J. David Velleman.
Description
vi, 378 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
Series Statement
Philosophical perspectives, 0029-4624 ; 14
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