, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp 185-199

The incompatibility of free will and determinism

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The writing of this paper was supported by a stipend from the National Endowment for the Humanities for the summer of 1973. The paper was read at a colloquium at the University of Maryland at College Park. Earlier versions were read at the University of Rochester and Syracuse University. The audiences at these colloquia are thanked for useful comments and criticism. Special thanks are due to Rolf Eberle, Keith Lehrer, Raymond Martin, and Richard Taylor. I wish to thank Carl Ginet for his acute comments on an earlier draft, and the referee for several helpful suggestions. Of course, none of these people is responsible for any mistakes that remain.