Determinism, Indeterminism, and Personal Freedom: A Dialogue by John-Michael Kuczynski audiobook

Determinism, Indeterminism, and Personal Freedom: A Dialogue

By John-Michael Kuczynski, PhD
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In this fictitious dialogue, it is shown that there are three kinds of freedom, each of which, though non-trivially different from the other two, is identical with the subject’s being appropriately constitutive of a causally cohesive structure of some kind or other. Analogues of this point are proven to hold not just of personal freedom, but also of personal identity, and not just of personal identity, but also of objectual identity.

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In this fictitious dialogue, it is shown that there are three kinds of freedom, each of which, though non-trivially different from the other two, is identical with the subject’s being appropriately constitutive of a causally cohesive structure of some kind or other. Analogues of this point are proven to hold not just of personal freedom, but also of personal identity, and not just of personal identity, but also of objectual identity.

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Author Bio: John-Michael Kuczynski PhD

Author Bio: John-Michael Kuczynski PhD

John-Michael Kuczynski is a philosophy professor at Virginia Commonwealth University located in Richmond.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Philosophy
Runtime: 0.30
Audience: Adult
Language: English