Ideas Y Valores 58 (141):109-124 (2009)

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Kevin Timpe
Calvin College
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In this paper, I explore some of the motivations behind John Martin Fischer's semi-compatibilism. Particularly, I look at three reasons Fischer gives for preferring semi-compatibilism to libertarianism. I argue that the first two of these motivations are in tension with each other: the more one is m.
Keywords John Martin Fischer   semi-compatibilism   motivation   free will   resilience   luck  John Martin Fischer   semicompatibilismo   motivación   libre albedrío   resistencia
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