PP473
Free Will and Luck
0.5 Credit

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

Libertarian theories claim we have free will and are morally responsible because some of our choices are undetermined. Critics of libertarianism argue that undetermined choices are products of luck. As such they are not under the agentís control and so cannot be regarded as free and responsible choices. This course examines various articulations of this objection and libertarian responses to them.

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
4th year Philosophy Major
Exclusions
PP470Z