Tewes, Christian: Libertarismus, Willensfreiheit und Verursachung
2017. 412 Seiten. Kt 59,00 €
"Wegweisende Monographie [...] Die libertarische Position, die Tewes einnimmt, besticht durch die profunde Zusammenführung von naturphilosophischen und phänomenologischen Analysen."
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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