Free Will & Determinism

Free will and theories of determinism pose some interesting moral questions about our idea of moral responsibility and also whether it is right to punish someone. Free will is postulated (assumed) by Immanuel Kant and argued for by modern philosophers such as Peter van Inwagen or John Paul Sartre. Compatibilists include John Locke and David Hume. A modern compatibilist is Daniel Dennett.

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