In Martin Breul, Aaron Langenfeld, Saskia Wendel & Klaus von Stoch (eds.), Streit um die Freiheit – Philosophische und Theologische Perspektiven. Paderborn: Schöningh. pp. 77-93 (2019)

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Christian Loew
Umeå University
Andreas Hüttemann
University of Cologne
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In this paper, we argue that the Consequence Argument relies on empirical premises. In particular, we show how the argument depends upon assumptions about the character of the laws of nature.
Keywords Free will  Laws of Nature  Humeanism  Consequence Argument
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