Monthly Archives: October 2014

Scientific Anti-Realism and Unobservables

Scientific realists generally think we should believe in the observable and unobservable entities posited by our best scientific theories. Anti-realists oppose realism in various ways. One motivation to be an antirealist comes from empiricist worries about unobservables. Past mistakes in … Continue reading

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Free Will or not regardless of determinism or indeterminism

Traditionally the debate in free will has revolved around its compatibility or incompatibility with determinism, along with debates within compatibilism and incompatibilism about the conditions of our free will. I want to mention two views that take the issue of … Continue reading

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