Free Will: Incompatibilist “Freedom”

This post is my attempt to put into words those realizations which some 3 years ago led me to my current position on the existence and nature of free will. Though I have written much on free will in online forums since arriving at my current beliefs, I’ve said little regarding these core realizations that […]

Free Will: “Could Have Done Otherwise”

In my previous post on this topic, I analyzed a common argument for incompatibilism and found it to not be logically valid, as it was based on contradictory assumptions. In this post, I want to say a few words about a widespread notion about free will that gets brought up by incompatibilists, by which I […]

Free will: on Physical Determinism

In my previous post in this series, I tried to get the definition of “free will” sorted out. To sum things up, I concluded that although the phrase “free will” is too ambiguous to be used without bringing up certain issues, it does have a core meaning around which all discussion on the matter revolves, […]

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