Alternatives for Libertarians

In Robert Kane (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Free Will, 2nd edition. pp. 329-48 (2011)

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Randolph Clarke
Florida State University
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This essay examines several varieties of libertarian accounts of free will. Some require free actions to be uncaused, some require agent causation, and some require non-deterministic event causation. Difficulties are raised for all of these varieties
Keywords agent causation  free will  libertarianism  luck
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