Behavior and Philosophy 32 (2):377-400 (2005)
|Abstract||subjects mean when they report their mental states it is useful to be guided by a sound grasp of their concepts for mental events. 3 Though this is often ignored in favor of libertarian notions of free will, in which free action is seen as completely undetermined by the subject|
|Keywords||Agency Conscious Mental Causation Metaphysics Neuroscience Will|
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