Can you spot any fallacies in my compatibilist view and has any other philosopher proposed a similar one? [closed]
I just posted in this article (content is below) the best way I can explain what I've thought about free will for a long time. I've read some compatibilist views but never found one close to this one ...
Having very recently started getting interested in philosophy, I'm still halfway through my first book (Think: A Compelling Introduction to Philosophy, by Simon Blackburn, as recommended in this ...
I am puzzled by compatibilism and am trying to understand what it means using a test example. Given that a typical chess program generates several choices, evaluates them with a goal of winning and ...