Metaphilosophy and Free Will

In this text, the author looks at the contending schools of thought on the problem of free will.

Metaphilosophy and Free Will

[A] concise and startling treatment of free will."--Choice. "Provocatively explores the connection between metaphilosophy and traditional ways of thinking about free will....Clear, direct, and engaging."--Alfred Mele, Davidson College.

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