Do We Have Free Will?: A Debate

New York, NY,: Routledge. Edited by Carolina Sartorio (2021)
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In this little but profound volume, Robert Kane and Carolina Sartorio debate a perennial question: Do We Have Free Will? Short, lively and accessible, the debate showcases diverse and cutting-edge work on free will.

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Robert Kane
University of Texas at Austin
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University of Arizona

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