Mixed Thinking about Free Will & Responsibility

There is a well-known "mystery" surrounding free will (to use van Inwagen's term): acting freely seems to require both the truth and falsity of determinism. Now that's a serious problem! Here's a
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There is a well-known "mystery" surrounding free will (to use van Inwagen's term): acting freely seems to require both the truth and falsity of determinism. Now that's a serious problem! Here's a way to illustrate it. Suppose determinism is true and you're deciding whether to commit some crime, say embezzlement....

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