⌄ Read Format Kindle [ 暈 Deep Control: Essays on Free Will and Value ] ރ By John Martin Fischer ᠈

⌄ Read Format Kindle [ 暈 Deep Control: Essays on Free Will and Value ] ރ By John Martin Fischer ᠈ ⌄ Read Format Kindle [ 暈 Deep Control: Essays on Free Will and Value ] ރ By John Martin Fischer ᠈ John Martin Fischer s new collection of essays, Deep Control Essays on Free Will and Value, constitutes a trenchant defence of his well known compatibilist approach to moral responsibilityEL Predominantly a collection of detailed responses to recent critics, this is not a book for beginners It is, however, essential reading for specialists, as well as useful reading for non specialists seeking a snapshot of the current state of the debate Fischer s papers are dense with argument and alive with original and productive ideas Michael Garnett, Analysis As always, Fischer is highly sensitive to the subtleties and intricacies of the arguments but has an uncanny ability to cut to the heart of the issues And as always, he is charitable to his opponents Fischer s insights here, as in his other work, will prove invaluable for framing the debate and moving it forward Meghan Griffith, Notre Dame Philosophical ReviewsIn this collection of essays a follow up to My Way and Our Stories John Martin Fischer defends the contention that moral responsibility is associated with deep control Fischer defines deep control as the middle ground between two untenable extreme positions superficial control and total control Our freedom consists of the power to add to the given past, holding fixed the laws of nature, and therefore, Fischer contends, we must be able to interpret our actions as extensions of a line that represents the actual past In connecting the dots , we engage in a distinctive sort of self expression In the first group of essays in this volume, Fischer argues that we do not need genuine access to alterative possibilities in order to be morally responsible Thus, the line need not branch off at crucial points where the branches represent genuine metaphysical possibilities In the remaining essays in the collection he demonstrates that deep control is the freedom condition on moral responsibility In so arguing, Fischer contends that total control is too much to ask it is a form of metaphysical megalomania So we do not need to trace back all the way to the beginning of the line or even farther in seeking the relevant kind of freedom or control Additionally, he contends that various kinds of superficial control such as versions of conditional freedom and judgment sensitivity are too shallow they don t trace back far enough along the line In short, Fischer argues that, in seeking the freedom that grounds moral responsibility, we need to carve out a middle ground between superficiality and excessive penetration Deep Control is the middle way Fischer presents a new argument that deep control is compatible not just with causal determinism, but also causal indeterminism He thus tackles the luck problem and shows that the solution to this problem is parallel in important ways to the considerations in favor of the compatibility of causal determinism and moral responsibility. Fischer Wikipedia Fischer is a German surname, derived from the profession of fisherman The name fourth most common surname English version Fisher People with include God s Gospel Free MIDI MIDIs A Z Black Music, CDs, videos, books, publications, sheet music, equipment, free midi, and Deep Control: Essays on Free Will and Value


    • Deep Control: Essays on Free Will and Value
    • 1.1
    • 10
    • Format Kindle
    • 0199742987
    • John Martin Fischer
    • Anglais
    • 05 September 2016

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