Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

If a person’s choice is determined to happened, doesn’t that mean he does not have free will? Discuss a possible libertarian response to the soft determinist’s

Below is the question you will be addressing in this paper:

Free Will and Determinism. If you were a soft determinist, how would you answer the following question: If a person’s choice is determined to happened, doesn’t that mean he does not have free will? Discuss a possible libertarian response to the soft determinist’s answer you provide in your essay.

This question needs to be address through the book: Knowledge, Nature, and Norms 2nd edition by Mark Timmons and David Shoemaker.
We will be focused on two passages. The first is “Has the self ‘Free will'” pg. 203-216 by C.A. Campbell and the second passage is “the problem of free will pg.216-224 by Walter T. Stace

-C.A. Campbell is the Libertarian View (indeterminist)
-Walter T. Stace is the soft determinist view (compatibilist)


Last Completed Projects

# topic title discipline academic level pages delivered
6
Writer's choice
Business
University
2
1 hour 32 min
7
Wise Approach to
Philosophy
College
2
2 hours 19 min
8
1980's and 1990
History
College
3
2 hours 20 min
9
pick the best topic
Finance
School
2
2 hours 27 min
10
finance for leisure
Finance
University
12
2 hours 36 min