Submitted by Maria Sekatskaya (University of Duesseldorf).
Workshop: Compatibilist Libertarianism: Advantages and Challenges (October 29, 2021)
Idea & Motivation:
Compatibilist libertarianism provides a metaphysical foundation for reconciling actualist free will with physical determinism by driving an ontological wedge between different layers of reality (List 2014, 2019). According to compatibilist libertarianism, free will can exist at higher levels even if the fundamental physical level is deterministic. This workshop is intended to explore the advantages and challenges of compatibilist libertarianism and the progress it brings to the free will debate.
- Taylor Cyr (Samford University)
- Nadine Elzein (University of Oxford)
- Alexander Gebharter (MCMP, LMU Munich)
- Christian List (MCMP, LMU Munich)
- Alfred Mele (Florida State University)
- Leonhard Menges (University of Salzburg)
- Tuomas Pernu (University of Eastern Finland)
- Maria Sekatskaya (DCLPS, HHU Düsseldorf)
More information about the event: http://dclps.phil.hhu.de/complib/
The workshop will be hosted as an online event via Zoom.
In order to register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 26, 2021.
The workshop is jointly organized by the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, the Düsseldorf Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science, and the Inductive Metaphysics Research Group.”