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Merit, Meaning, and Human Bondage: An Essay on Free Will

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Perhaps everything we think, feel, and do is determined, and humans--like stones or clouds--are slaves to the laws of nature. Would that be a terrible state? Philosophers who take the incompatibilist position think so, arguing that a deterministic world would be one without moral responsibility and perhaps without true love, meaningful art, and real rationality. But compat
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Hardcover, 148 pages
Published August 6th 2006 by Princeton University Press (first published July 17th 2006)
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