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O'Connor, Timothy, "Free Will", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2016 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.),
URL = <http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2016/entries/freewill/>.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_will

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~uctytho/dfwIntroIndex.htm

1 CAUSATION -- WHAT IS IT?

Thomas Hobbes: Entire Causes and Their Only Possible Effects

Thomas Hobbes: Causation Itself, Determinism, and their Compatibility with Freedom

Ted Honderich: Causality and Causation -- the Fundamental Fact Plainly Explained

David Hume: Causal Connection Is Constant Conjunction


2 DETERMINISM, UNDERSTANDING IT

Thomas Hobbes: Causation Itself, Determinism, and their Compatibility with Freedom

Ted Honderich: Mind Brain Connection

Ted Honderich: Mind and Brain Explanation

Immanuel Kant: For Determinism in a Way and also Indeterminism, and for Freedom of Origination Being Consistent with the Determinism

Derk Pereboom: Meaning in Life Without Free Will

3 INDETERMINISM, UNDERSTANDING IT

Immanuel Kant:For Determinism in a Way and also Indeterminism, and for Freedom of Origination Being Consistent with the Determinism

Robert Kane:Reflections on Free Will, Determinism and Indeterminism

Ted Honderich: Mind the Guff -- John Searle's Thinking on Consciousness and Free Will Examined

Thomas Nagel: Freedom and the View From Nowhere

4 DETERMINISM OR INDETERMINISM -- WHICH IS TRUE?

John Earman: Determinism: What We Have Learned and What We Still Don't Know

Ted Honderich: Determinism as True, Compatibilism and Incompatibilism as Both False, and the Real Problem

David Hume: The Obviousness of the Truth of Determinism

Dana Nelkin: The Sense of Freedom


5 DETERMINISM'S POSSIBLE CONSEQUENCES FOR OUR LIVES

Ted Honderich: Determinism's Consequences -- The Mistakes of Compatibilism and Incompatibilism, and What Is To Be Done Now
Thomas Nagel: Freedom and the View from Nowhere

Derk Pereboom: Meaning in Life Without Free Will

Peter Strawson: Freedom and Resentment

6 COMPATIBILISM -- FREEDOM AS VOLUNTARINESS

Ansgar Beckermann: Free Will in a Natural Order of the World

Joseph Keim Campbell: Compatibilist Alternatives

Harry Frankfurt: Alternate Possibilities and Moral Responsibility

Thomas Hobbes: Causation Itself, Determinism, and their Compatibility with Freedom

David Hume: Freedom Reconciled with Necessity

Tomis Kapitan: Deliberation and the Presumption of Open Alternatives

Keith Lehrer: Freedom and the Power of Preference

Alfred Mele: Agnostic Autonomism

Peter Strawson: Freedom and Resentment

John Martin Fischer & Mark Ravizza: Morally Responsible People Without a Freedom

Christopher Taylor & Daniel Dennett: Who's Afraid of Determinism? -- Rethinking Causes and Possibilities

7 INCOMPATIBILISM -- FREEDOM AS ORIGINATION OR FREE WILL AS WELL AS VOLUNTARINESS

Bishop Bramhall: The Pretty Freedom of Thomas Hobbes that Goes With Necessity

Richard Double: The Moral Hardness of Libertarianism

Ted Honderich, Mind and Brain Explanation

Ted Honderich, On Libet -- Is the Mind Ahead of the Brain? Behind It?

Immanuel Kant: For Determinism in a Way and also Indeterminism, and for Freedom of Origination Being Consistent with the Determinism

Robert Kane: Reflections on Free Will, Determinism and Indeterminism

John Martin Fischer & Mark Ravizza: Morally Responsible People Without a Freedom

Peter van Inwagen: The Mystery of Metaphysical Freedom

Peter Van Inwagen: Van Inwagen on Free Will

Ted Honderich: Mind the Guff -- John Searle on Consciousness and Freedom Examined

Alfred Mele: Agnostic Autonomism

Thomas Nagel: Freedom and the View from Nowhere

8 NEITHER COMPATIBILISM NOR INCOMPATIBILISM

Richard Double: Misdirection in the Philosophy of Mind

Ted Honderich: Determinism as True, Compabilism and Incompatibilism as Both False, and the Real Problem

Ted Honderich: After Compatibilism and Incompatibilism

Immanuel Kant: For Determinism in a Way and also Indeterminism, and for Freedom of Origination Being Consistent with the Determinism

Shaun Nichols, Folk Intuitions on Free Will

Shaun Nichols & Joshua Kobe, Moral Responsibility and Determinism: The Cognitive Science of Folk Intuitions

Saul Smilansky: Free Will, Fundamental Dualism, and the Centrality of Illusion

Ulrich Steinvorth, A Third Concept of Freedom of the Will

Galen Strawson: Free Will

Manuel Vargas, The Revisionist's Guide to Responsibility

9 THE NEW AND HARDER PROBLEM?

Ted Honderich, How Free Are You?

Ted Honderich: Determinism as True, Compatibilism and Incompatibilism as Both False, and the Real Problem

Ted Honderich: After Compatibilism and Incompatibilism

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