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The Oxford handbook of free will / edited by Robert Kane.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Imprint:
2nd ed. - Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2011.
Format:
  • Book
  • xvi, 646 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. [577]-620) and index.
Contents:
  • Introduction: The contours of contemporary free will debates / Robert Kane
  • Divine knowledge and human freedom / William Hasker
  • Quantum physics, consciousness, and free will / David Hodgson
  • Chaos, indeterminism, and free will / Robert C. Bishop
  • The causal closure of physics and free will / Robert C. Bishop, Harald Atmanspacher
  • The consequence argument revisited / Daniel Speak
  • A compatibilist reply to the consequence argument / Tomis Kapitan
  • Compatibilism without Franfurt : dispositional analyses of free will / Bernard Berofsky
  • Contemporary compatibilism : mesh theories and reasons-responsive theories / Michael McKenna
  • Moral sense and the foundation of responsibility / Paul Russell
  • Who's still afraid of determinism? : rethinking causes and possibilities / Christopher Taylor, Daniel Dennett
  • Frankfurt-type examples and semi-compatibilism : new work / John Martin Fischer
  • Frankfurt-friendly Libertarianism / David Wideker
  • Obligation, reason, and Frankfurt examples / Ishtiyaque Haji
  • Agent-causal theories of freedom / Timothy O'Connor
  • Alternatives for Libertarians / Randolph Clarke
  • Freedom and action without causation : noncausal theories of freedom and purposive agency / Thomas Pink
  • Free will is not a mystery / Laura W. Ekstrom-- Rethinking free will labyrinth / Robert Kane
  • Free-will skepticism and meaning in life / Derk Pereboom
  • Free will, fundamental dualism, and the centrality of illusion / Saul Smilansky
  • Effects, determinism, neither compatibilism nor incompatibilism, consciousness / Ted Honderich
  • Revisionist accounts of free will : origins, varieties, and challenges / Manuel Vargas
  • A promising argument / Peter van Inwagen
  • Rollbacks, endorsements, and indeterminism / Michael Almeida, Mark Bernstein
  • Free will and science / Alfred R. Mele
  • Contributions of neuroscience to the free will debate / Henrik Walter
  • Free will and the bounds of the self / Joshua Knaube, Shaun Nichols
  • Intuitions about free will, determinism, and bypassing / Eddy Nahmias.
Contributor:
Kane, Robert, 1938-
Series:
Oxford handbooks.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780195399691
0195399692

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