The free will revolution (continued)

Journal of Ethics 10 (3):315-345 (2006)
I seek to reply to the thoughtful and penetrating comments by William Rowe, Alfred Mele, Carl Ginet, and Ishtiyaque Haji. In the process, I hope that my overall approach to free will and moral responsibility is thrown into clearer relief. I make some suggestions as to future directions of research in these areas.
Keywords Ethics  Free Will  Moral Responsibility  Ginet, Carl  Haji, Ishitiyaque  Mele, Alfred R  Rowe, William L
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