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REIDS POSITION AND THE THEOLOGICALTYPE
LEHRERS ARGUMENT AGAINST DETERMINISM
NONINTROSPECTIVE EMPIRICAL ARGUMENTS
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Ace Predictor agent analysis answer antecedent causal events argue arguments against determinism Barrett Bradley Campbell Campbell's causal factors chapter characterization circumstances claim compatible concept conclusion contra-causal freedom contra-causally free Democritus desire deter discussion empirical entails evidence existence experience explain external fact feel follows Franklin Further future actions future behavior Henry Sidgwick hidden variable hidden variable theory hold human actions human behavior human freedom Ibid indeterminism individual individual's infinite regress introspective Keith Lehrer laws Lehrer libertarian logically logically independent Lyon's Mackay's means minism moral choice moral conflict moral responsibility necessary necessitarian necessitated non-moral notion occur Peirce perform person phenomena philosophers position possess free possible prediction paradox present principle prior causal problem proposition punished quantum question reasoning regard Reid Reid's result retributive justice Sartre Sidgwick Sidney Hook situations society theory of determinism thesis Thomas Reid tion truth utilitarian vidual voluntary actions