Live Theater and the Limits of Human Freedom

Topoi 30 (2):145-149 (2011)
This paper argues that there is a relationship between the structure of live theater and the question of whether human beings have free will, and that the practice of live theater and the pursuit of philosophical certitude regarding free will are both constructive human experiences coalesced around roughly the same set of sensations
Keywords Freedom  Constraint  Painting  Thought experiment
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DOI 10.1007/s11245-011-9102-y
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