The fall of the mind argument and some lessons about freedom


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E. J. Coffman
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Donald Smith
Virginia Commonwealth University
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forthcoming in Topics in Contemporary Philosophy: Volume 7: Action, Ethics, and Responsibility, MIT Press.
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