Material to categorize

  1. Fähigkeiten und Dispositionen (Draft).Romy Jaster — manuscriptdetails
  2. Can Life Be Meaningful Without Free Will?Drew Chastain — forthcoming — Philosophia:1-18.details

    If we lack deep free agency, like that supposed by metaphysical libertarianism, should we view life as meaningless, useless, or perhaps not worth living? Right here I provide a new argument to get meaning-compatibilism, and/or view that life can indeed be meaningful without our having deep free agency. I reveal this argument secures meaning-compatibilism more effectively than an argument provided by Derk Pereboom. In the act, we learn that Susan Wolf’s hybrid theory of meaning in life is not prepared (...) to address issue of meaning-compatibilism, which a broader method of meaning in life should help us to understand. Regarding the alternative approach we present, judgments about meaning in life involve a sensitivity to whether stopping on life, or “agency defeat”, is justified. We argue that, as long as we are able to occur in reality, quitting on life is tough to justify, and also without deep free agency, we do certainly occur in reality. (shrink)

    Complimentary Will in Philosophy of Action

  3. Los angeles antropología del De opificio hominis de Gregorio de Nisa en la obra de Nicolás de Cusa.Francisco Bastitta-Harriet — 2015 — In Claudia D'Amico & Jorge Machetta (eds.), La cuestión del hombre en Nicolás de Cusa: fuentes, originalidad y diálogo con la modernidad. Buenos Aires: Biblos. pp. 43-55.details
  4. Contribution � la Théorie de los angeles Conscience, Conçue comme Activite du Cerveau.Gilberto Gomes — 1998 — Dissertation, Université Paris 7details

    This thesis explores the possibility of theoretically conceiving awareness as an activity of this mind. Objections, based on the concept of qualia, to the recognition of awareness with a brain task are refuted. Phenomenal awareness is identified with access-consciousness. Consciousness is conceived as an increased order processing of informational states of this mind. The state of consciousness represents an integration of previous nonconscious states. Libet’s research on timing of conscious experience is evaluated and analyzed. His hypothesis of backward recommendation (...) is rejected. Since certain mind activity (the readiness potential) precedes the aware intention, the implications of the fact regarding the principles of volition and free will are talked about. Non-deliberate voluntary acts are done without a prior consciousness associated with intention to execute them. Conversely, the choice to perform a deliberate act is affected by consciousness of intention. Complimentary will can be considered suitable for the causal determination of psychological processes. The theory is successfully applied to the different articles of consciousness: consciousness of perceptions, of physical sensations, of actions, of memories, of tips, of thoughts, of language, of affective states, of opinions, of desires, of oneself and awareness to be conscious. The connection involving the concept of awareness and psychoanalysis can be explored. Psychoanalysis is seen as compatible with the proposed concept, which will be capable enlighten some facets of the entire process of becoming conscious in psychoanalytic treatment. The general approach is interdisciplinary: the idea must take into account constraints produced from philosophy, neurophysiology, psychology, neuropsychology, etc. Consciousness is conceived, much less a property of some psychological states, but as a certain higher-order task, predicated on lower-order nonconscious tasks. (shrink)

    Free Will in Philosophy of Action

    Mind-Brain Identity Theory in Philosophy of Mind

    What is it Like? in Philosophy of Mind

  5. Motte-and-Bailey Incompatibilism.Kristin M. Mickelson — manuscriptdetails
  6. A Probabilistic Argument the Reality of complimentary private Agency.Ľuboš Rojka — 2017 — Studia Neoaristotelica 14 (1):39-57.details
  7. Dibattito Su L'autocritique de los angeles Science Con Levy-Lebrond.Ludovico Geymonat — 1973 — Scientia 7.details
  8. complimentary Will: Interpretations, Implementations and Assessments.López-Corredoira Martín — forthcoming — Nova Science Publ..details
  9. LEVY-BRUHL, LUCIEN. Morceaux Choisis. [REVIEW]Harry Alpert — 1939 — Journal of personal Philosophy and Jurisprudence 5:192.details
  10. Simone de Beauvoir and Jean–Paul Sartre: girl, guy, and Desire to Be God.Debra B. Bergoffen — 2002 — Constellations 9 (3):409-418.details
  11. Abolición Gradual y Libertades Vigiladas En El Río de los angeles Plata. La Política de Control de Libertos de 1813Gradual Abolition and Supervised Freedom in Rio de la Plata. The Freedmen Control Policy.Magdalena Candioti — 2016 — Corpus 6 (1).details
  12. Recension av Ann Heberlein, Etik: människa, ethical, mening. [REVIEW]Gustav Alexandrie — 2015 — Filosofisk Tidskrift 36 (1):43-48.details
  13. The Triangle type of Responsibility.Barry R. Schlenker, Thomas W. Britt, John Pennington & Rodolfo Murphy — 1994 — emotional Review 101 (4):632-652.details
  14. totally free Time as a required Condition of Free lifetime.Jeff Noonan — 2009 — modern Political Theory 8 (4):377-393.details
  15. Introduction: Through Contexts to Actions.Anton Leist — 2007 — In .details
  16. Claudia Portioli (ed.), Natura e libert� (Perugia: Morlacchi, 2009). [REVIEW]Lorenzo Greco — 2011 — Rivista di Filosofia 102 (2):322-23.details
  17. Social Duty together with Scientist in Modern Western Society.Ernst Boris Chain — 1971 — views in Biology and Medicine 14 (3):347-369.details
  18. A Note on the dilemma of complimentary Will.V. Siomopoulos — 1972 — views in Biology and Medicine 15 (2):309-310.details
  19. Epistemic Areas of Action techniques.Janusz Czelakowski — 2015 — In Freedom and Enforcement for action. Springer Verlag.details
  20. Freedom of Mind alongside Essays. [REVIEW]Harry G. Frankfurt — 1973 — Journal of Philosophy 70 (13):418-421.details
  21. Faiblesse de la Volonté Et Autonomie.Christine Tappolet — 2009 — In René Lefebvre & Alonso Tordesillas (eds.), Faiblesse de la volonté et maîtrise de soi. Presses Universitaires de Rennes. pp. 191-203.details
  22. L'acte Gratuit.André Berge — 1985details
  23. Kierkegaards Phänomenologie der Freiheitserfahrung.Jörg Disse — 1994 — Tijdschrift Voor Filosofie 56 (4):782-783.details
  24. If the Coat of Moral Responsibility Fits, Wear It.Catherine Moran — 2003 — Ethics Education 9 (1).details
  25. Freely Ye Have Inquired?Skipp Porteous — 1997 — complimentary Inquiry 17.details
  26. Willensfreiheit und die Autonomie der Kulturwissenschaften.Dirk Hartmann — 2005 — E-Journal Philosophie der Psychologie 1.details
  27. Rodzaje Determinacji a Rozw'oj Nauki.Jan Such — 1992details
  28. Where is Science Going? With a Pref. By Albert Einstein. Translated and Edited by James Murphy.Max Planck & James Murphy — 1933 — Allen & Unwin.details
  29. Interprétation Philosophique diverses Relations D'incertitude Et Déterminisme.Georges Matisse — 1937 — Journal of Philosophy 34 (8):220-220.details
  30. The Nature of Moral Responsibility. [REVIEW]G. M. — 1973 — Review of Metaphysics 27 (1):155-156.details
  31. The Part and obligation of this Moral Philosopher. Edited by Daniel O. Dahlstrom, Desmond J. Fitzgerald, John T. Noonan Jr. [REVIEW]Fernand Van Steenberghen — 1986 — Revue Philosophique De Louvain 84 (61):127-127.details
  32. Interview with Alvin Plantinga.A. Plantinga — 1998 — Krisis 1000 (7).details
  33. Governing of Self: Laws and Freedom.Richard Kuhns — 1987 — In Robert Stern (ed.), Theories of Unconscious and Theories of this Self. Analytic Press. pp. 48.details
  34. Responsibility plus the Scientist.M. Forge — 1998 — In Martin Bridgstock (ed.), Science, tech, and Society: An Introduction. Cambridge University Press. pp. 40.details
  35. Elbow Grease: whenever Action feels as though Work.Jesse Preston & Daniel M. Wegner — 2009 — In Ezequiel Morsella, John A. Bargh & Peter M. Gollwitzer (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Human Action. Oxford University Press. pp. 569--586.details
  36. 9 Captives of after dark concerns of Responsibility.Balazs Szalontai — 2013 — In Jun-Hyeok Kwak (ed.), Inherited Responsibility and Historical Reconciliation in East Asia. Routledge. pp. 1--165.details
  37. A Pie-Model of Moral Responsibility.Hans Lenk & Matthias Maring — 1991 — In Georg Schurz (ed.), Advances in Scientific Philosophy. pp. 483--494.details
  38. The Role and Responsibility of Moral Philosopher.Douglas B. Rasmussen — 1982 — procedures associated with United states Catholic Philosophical Association 56:162-172.details
  39. The Part and duty of the Moral Philosopher.Hallett — 1982 — procedures regarding the United states Catholic Philosophical Association 56:95-101.details
  40. The Role and Responsibility of this Moral Philosopher.Denis F. Sullivan — 1982 — Proceedings regarding the American Catholic Philosophical Association 56:102-108.details
  41. The Part and obligation regarding the Moral Philosopher.John V. Wagner — 1982 — procedures of the United states Catholic Philosophical Association 56:146-153.details
  42. Predictability in Human Affairs.G. P. Henderson — 1968 — Royal Institute of Philosophy Lectures 1:1-19.details
  43. Responsibility-Repudiators Discussing the Divided Center of Action within the bodily Agent.D. Pears — 1991 — Filosoficky Casopis 39 (1):54-61.details
  44. The Issue of Historical Responsibility.L. Heidbrink — 1996 — Philosophisches Jahrbuch 103 (2):225-247.details
  45. Mario Vargas Llosa. El Sueño Del Celta.Ewald Weitzdörfer — 2011 — Alpha (Osorno) 32:258-259.details
  46. Mario VARGAS Llosa. Travesuras de la Niña Mala.Ewald Weitzdörfer — 2007 — Alpha (Osorno) 25.details
  47. Recensie: Voerman en van de Laar: Vrije Wil. [REVIEW]Fleur Jongepier — 2011 — Wijsgerig Perspectief 51 (3):38-39.details
  48. Libertad individual frente a determinación social.M. Francisco Pérez — 1990 — Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 4 (1):161-198.details
  49. Vrijeme, slobodno od čega i za što?Milan Polić & Rajka Polić — 2009 — Filozofska Istrazivanja 29 (2):255-270.details

    S razvitkom kapitalizma sve više se govori i piše o slobodnom vremenu, a njegovim komercijaliziranjem razvile su se unosne gospodarske grane: »industrija zabave«, turizam i sport. Kapital, međutim, slobodno vrijeme najprije prepoznaje kao vrijeme slobodno od rada, tj. kao besposlicu, a tek u najnovije doba – kada je naučio kako od njega profitirati – i kao vrijeme slobodno za učenje i stvaralaštvo, tj. kao dokolicu.Razlika između besposlice koja teži potrošnji i dokolice koja se ispunjava samodjelatnošću mnogima je još nejasna. A (...) tu se razliku često i namjerno prikriva da bi se slobodno vrijeme, s jedne strane, lakše komercijaliziralo i da bi se, s druge strane, poništio njegov društveno revolucionarni naboj. Tome služi i prikrivanje razlike između rada i samodjelatnosti, pa se postavlja pitanje: jesu li sportska natjecanja igra ili rad? Ili za primjer: igra li se nogomet, ili se nogomet radi?With the development of capitalism free time is progressively the topic of spoken and written word, with its commercialization three profitable economy branches are suffering from: “entertainment industry”, tourism and sport. Capital, at the same time, identifies leisure time as time clear of work, or idleness, and only in current time – when it learnt to help make profit away from sparetime- time free for learning and creativeness, or as leisure.Difference between idleness, which leans towards consumption, and leisure, which fulfils itself with self-activity, to a great many remains obscure. Which huge difference can be and purposely concealed meaning to, on one part, commercialize sparetime quicker and, having said that, to quash its socially revolutionary surge. For that purpose normally the concealing of distinction between work and self-activity, additionally the real question is expected: would be the sport competitions a casino game or a work? Or properly: “Does one play football, or does one do football?”. (shrink)

    Free Will in Philosophy of Action

  50. Hacia una sistematización de la relación entre determinismo y libertad.José Manuel Muñoz Ortega — 2012 — Daimon: Revista Internacional de Filosofía 56:5-19.details

Limitations

online only
open access only
published only

Viewing choices

show categoriescategorization shortcutshide abstractsopen articles in brand new windows
Open Category Editor

Off-campus access

Using PhilPapers from home?

Create a merchant account to enable off-campus access during your organization's roxy ip address server.

Track this page

Be alerted of all new things appearing with this page. Choose the method that you wish to monitor it:/> e-mail /> RSS feed

Editorial group

General Editors:
David Bourget(Western Ontario)
David Chalmers(ANU, NYU)

Area Editors:
David Bourget
Gwen Bradford
Berit Brogaard
Margaret Cameron
David Chalmers
James Chase
Rafael De Clercq
Ezio Di Nucci
Barry Hallen
Hans Halvorson
Jonathan Ichikawa
Michelle Kosch
Øystein Linnebo
JeeLoo Liu
Paul Livingston
Brandon Look
Manolo Martínez
Matthew McGrath
Michiru Nagatsu
Susana Nuccetelli
Giuseppe Primiero
Jack Alan Reynolds
Darrell P. Rowbottom
Aleksandra Samonek
Constantine Sandis
Howard Sankey
Jonathan Schaffer
Thomas Senor
Robin Smith
Daniel Star
Jussi Suikkanen
Lynne Tirrell
Aness Webster

Other editors
Contact us
Learn more about PhilPapers

How to cite this essay: