Why There Are No Good Arguments for or against Determinism (or Any Other Thesis That Would Establish or Refute Libertarianism): A BIT of Free Will as an Open Scientific Problem (MIT Press BITS)

Why There Are No Good Arguments for or against Determinism or Any Other Thesis That Would Establish or Refute Libertarianism A BIT of Free Will as an Open Scientific Problem MIT Press BITS Mark Balaguer argues that the question of libertarian free will reduces to a question about indeterminacy in particular to a straightforward empirical question about whether certain neural events in

  • Title: Why There Are No Good Arguments for or against Determinism (or Any Other Thesis That Would Establish or Refute Libertarianism): A BIT of Free Will as an Open Scientific Problem (MIT Press BITS)
  • Author: Mark Balaguer
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  • Page: 117
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  • Mark Balaguer argues that the question of libertarian free will reduces to a question about indeterminacy in particular, to a straightforward empirical question about whether certain neural events in our heads are causally undetermined in a certain specific way In this BIT, refuting arguments both for and against determinism, Balaguer shows that the question of whetherMark Balaguer argues that the question of libertarian free will reduces to a question about indeterminacy in particular, to a straightforward empirical question about whether certain neural events in our heads are causally undetermined in a certain specific way In this BIT, refuting arguments both for and against determinism, Balaguer shows that the question of whether human beings possess libertarian free will is a wide open empirical question.

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