Sites and papers addressing questions of determinism and/or free will and their implications.
A critique of the view that quantum theory disproves determinism, and an argument that freedom is simultaneously compatible and incompatible with determinism. By Prof. Ted Honderich.
Produced, written, and hosted by George Ortega as a weekly television series about of our unconscious, causal human will. The half-hour shows are recorded in the studio of the White Plains, New York Public Access Cable Television Channels (Verizon 45 and Cablevision 76), and premiered on January 6, 2011.
Ted Honderich's (still quite long) summary of a deterministic philosophy of mind, and its consequences for our fundamental attitudes.
Discusses the various problems raised by different concepts of determinism, and presents an argument that physical determinism is compatible with free will.
Section on free will from David Chalmers' site.
This is the results page for the biggest ever survey of professional philosophers, giving an account of what philosophers believe, including in the context of free will and determinism. The site also offers a range of papers within this discipline, as well as other philosophical areas.
An overview of theories of free will and the problems that they raise. By Timothy O'Connor.
Randolph Clarke's survey of theories of freedom according to which it is inconsistent with causal determinism.
A comprehensive collection of important papers on the philosophy of free will, freedom and determinism. By Prof. Ted Honderich.
It is dedicated to the new information philosophy, with explanations for freedom, values, and knowledge. An overview on free will, linking to compatibilism and determinism.
A good entry and starting point for ideas and theories of free will. There is also a good entry on 'Foreknowledge and Free Will'.
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