Volume 196, Issue 1, January 2019

Special Issue on Real Possibilities, Indeterminism and Free Will (first 11 articles), edited by Thomas Müller, Antje Rumberg, and Verena Wagner

ISSN: 0039-7857 (Print) 1573-0964 (Online)

In this issue (24 articles)

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    S.I.: Real Possibilities, Indeterminism and Free Will

    A paradox concerning Frankfurt examples

    Ishtiyaque Haji Pages 87-103
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    Alternative possibilities and asymmetry

    Erasmus Mayr Pages 105-125
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    S.I.: Real Possibilities, Indeterminism and Free Will

    Toward a plausible event-causal indeterminist account of free will

    Laura W. Ekstrom Pages 127-144
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    S.I.: Real Possibilities, Indeterminism and Free Will

    The complex tapestry of free will: striving will, indeterminism and volitional streams

    Robert Kane Pages 145-160
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    S.I.: Real Possibilities, Indeterminism and Free Will

    Sublating the free will problematic: powers, agency and causal determination

    Ruth Groff Pages 179-200
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    S.I.: Real Possibilities, Indeterminism and Free Will

    Are abilities dispositions?

    Barbara Vetter Pages 201-220
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    The measurement problem revisited

    Shan Gao Pages 299-311
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