[Freedom of Will]
Aims and Scope
This book surveys recent debates on freedom of will, incorporating the implications of modern brain research. The author develops an original, capability-based conception of freedom of will. Geert Keil proposes that the well-understood capability for deciding one way or another is reconcilable with the findings of empirical science, but not with the metaphysical doctrine of determinism.
- viii, 322 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Determinism; Metaphysics; Freedom of Will
- Academics, Libraries, Institutes, Everyone Interested in Philosophy