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The Metaphysics of Free Will - empowerment, agency and freedom
UMB, 16-18 April 2013
Jonathan Webber, Cardiff: 'Attitudes as Personal and Subpersonal Dispositions'
Tim O'Connor, Indiana: 'Agent Causation in a Neo-Aristotelian Metaphysics'
Ruth Groff, Saint Louis: ‘What Should a Powers-Based Theory of Free Will be About?’
Simone Gozzano, L’Aquila: ‘On Mental Dispositions, Abilities and Free Will’
Randolph Clarke, Florida: ‘Free Will and Agential Powers’
Thor Sandmel, Oslo: ‘Who Am I?’
Mark Bickhard, Lehigh: 'An Emergentist Argument Against Contemporary Reductionist Neuropsychology'
Thomas Mueller, Utrecht: ‘Agency in an Indeterministic World’
Niels van Miltenburg, Utrecht: ‘Escaping the Roll Back Argument: implications for the metaphysics of action’
Anne Sophie Spann, Innsbruck: 'Bio-powers and Free Will'
Georg Gasser, Innsbruck: ‘Human agents as freely acting powerful particulars’
Sara Bernstein, Duke, and Jessica Wilson, Toronto: ‘Free Will and Mental Causation’
Charlotte Alderwick, Sheffield: ‘Schelling, Freedom, and Powers Ontology’
Emmanuel Baierle, Fribourg: ‘Phenomenological Reflections on Free Decisions: In Defense of Agential Powers’
Trond Skaftnesmo, Haugesund: 'Consciousness and Brain: Some reasons why psychophysical reductionism must fail'
Stephen Mumford, Nottingham: ‘The Power to Will’
Rani Lill Anjum, Ås UMB: ‘A New Argument Against Compatibilism’
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Photo: Margrethe Brynem