- Title Pages
- Introduction: Plan of the volume
1Does brain science change our view of free will? 1
2Libet and the case for free will scepticism 1
3Physicalism and the determination of action
4Dualism and the determination of action 1
5On determinacy or its absence in the brain
6Gödel’s incompleteness theorems, free will and mathematical thought
7Feferman on Gödel and free will
8The impossibility of ultimate responsibility?
9Moral responsibility and the concept of agency
10Substance dualism and its rationale
11What kind of responsibility must criminal law presuppose?
- Guide to background reading
- Index of names
- Free Will and Modern Science
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