Tewes, Christian: Libertarismus, Willensfreiheit und Verursachung
2017. 412 Seiten. Kt 59,00 €
At the center of this essay is the question of how libertarianism can contribute to the foundation of free will. It has often been argued against the libertarian actor-causal approach that it is inconsistent in itself and incompatible with scientific research findings. This book argues that the objections based on natural-philosophical, ontological and phenomenological investigations are not valid. It is also the aim of the study to show in a critical comparison the strengths of the actor-causal approach versus purely event-driven libertarian positions. In its closing part, central assumptions of actor-causal libertarianism are therefore subjected to further substantiation under aspects of enactivity within the framework of a theory of embodiment. An example of this is the view that persons as substances are subject to causal relations.
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