This book investigates carefully Harry Frankfurt’s intuition concerning the debate on the freedom of the will. The first chapter explains that free willconsists in willing what one wants to will. The second chapter deals with the principle of alternative possibility and its importance in the free will debate. In chapter three, the author presents Frankfurt’s intuition as a re-enforcement for libertarianism. A large amount of contemporary secondary literatures are referred in the book.
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