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The Routledge Companion to Free Will

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(Routledge Philosophy Companions)

Timpe, Kevin (EDT)   Griffith, Meghan (EDT)   Levy, Neil (EDT)

Routledge 2016/11
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138795815
eISBN: 9781317635468
KNPID: EY00108858
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Full Description

Questions concerning free will are intertwined with issues in almost every area of philosophy, from metaphysics to philosophy of mind to moral philosophy, and are also informed by work in different areas of science (principally physics, neuroscience and social psychology). Free will is also a perennial concern of serious thinkers in theology and in non-western traditions. Because free will can be approached from so many different perspectives and has implications for so many debates, a comprehensive survey needs to encompass an enormous range of approaches. This book is the first to draw together leading experts on every aspect of free will, from those who are central to the current philosophical debates, to non-western perspectives, to scientific contributions and to those who know the rich history of the subject.

Chapter 37 of this book is freely available as a downloadable Open Access PDF under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 3.0 license. https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/tandfbis/rt-files/docs/Open+Access+Chapters/9781138795815_oachapter37.pdf

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

Introduction

Section I: Major Positions in the Free Will Debate introduction

1 Semicompatibilism

John Martin Fischer

2 Identificationist Views

Agnieszka Jaworska

3 Reasons-Responsive Theories of Freedom

Michael McKenna

4 Classical Compatibilism

Bernard Berofsky

5 Dispositional Compatibilism

Kadri Vihvelin

6 Event-Causal Libertarianism

Laura W. Ekstrom

7 Agent Causation

Meghan Griffith

8 Non-Causal Libertarianism

Hugh J. McCann

9 Strawsonian Views

Paul Russell

10 Revisionism

Kelly McCormick

11 Skepticism about Free Will

Derk Pereboom

12 Nonstandard Views

Saul Smilansky

Section II: Major Arguments introduction

13 The Consequence Argument

Joe Campbell

15 The Manipulation Argument

Kristin Mickelson

16 Frankfurt-style Examples

Carolina Sartorio

17 Logical Fatalism

Alicia Finch

18 The Luck and Mind Arguments

Christopher Evan Franklin

19 Leeway vs. Sourcehood Conceptions of Free Will

Kevin Timpe

Section III: Historical Figures introduction

20 Aristotle

Karen Margrethe Nielsen

21 The Stoics on Fate and Freedom

Tim O’Keefe

22 Augustine of Hippo

Jesse Couenhoven

23 Anselm of Canterbury

Sandra Visser

24 Thomas Aquinas

Harm Goris

25 John Duns Scotus

Thomas Williams

26 Rene Descartes

C.P. Ragland

27 Gottfried Leibniz

Julia Jorati

28 Thomas Hobbes and John Bramhall

A.P. Martinich

29 John Locke

Antonia LoLordo

30 David Hume

John Bricke

31 Immanuel Kant

Benjamin Vilhauer

32 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Christopher Yeomans

33 Friedrich Nietzsche

Mattia Riccardi

34 Thomas Reid

Terence Cuneo and Randall Harp

35 Indian Perspectives on Free Will

Arindam Chakrabarti

36 Chinese Perspectives on Free Will

Kai Marchal and Christian Helmut Wenzel

Section IV: Empirical and Scientific Work introduction

37 Situationism, Social Psychology, and Free Will

Christian Miller

38 Neuroscientific Threats to Free Will

Joshua Shepherd

39 Empirical Perspectives on Consciousness

Neil Levy

40 Willpower, Freedom, and Responsibility

Chandra Sripada

41 Addiction

Hanna Pickard

42 Folk Intuitions

Adam Feltz

43 Children’s Intuitions about Choice

Adam Bear and Paul Bloom

Section V: Free Will and Theology introduction

44 Free Will and the Problem of Evil

Daniel Speak

45 Free Will and Theological Fatalism

David P. Hunt

46 Free Will and Theological Determinism

Leigh Vicens

47 Free Will and Substance Dualism

Stewart Goetz

48 Free Will and Grace

Timothy Pawl

49 Free Will and Providence

Ken Perszyk

50 Divine Free Will

Tim Mawson

Section VI: Special Topics introduction

51 Self-control and Akrasia

Christine Tappolet

52 Free Will and Criminal Law

Erin Kelly

53 Deliberation

E.J. Coffman

54 Blame

Dana Nelkin

55 Relationship between Moral Responsibility and Freedom

Benjamin Rossi and Ted A. Warfield

56 A Feminist Approach to Free Will

Marina Oshana

57 Free Will and the Phenomenology of Agency

Tim Bayne

58 Mental Causation

Rebekah L.H. Rice

59 Marginal Agents and Responsibility Pluralism

David Shoemaker

60 Determinism

Charlotte Werndl

61 Free Will and Time Travel

Neal Tognazzini

Index