The sessions of the Greenland conference: Dmitry Volkov and Robert Howell on Kane

15 June, 2018

This session is devoted to Robert Kane’s prominent libertarian conception of free will. Does Kane treat free will as a mysterious power or does he propose a more naturalistic explanation?

Dmitry Volkov, inspirer and organizer of this conference and co-director of the Moscow Center for Consciousness Studies, and Robert Howell, also one of the organizers of the conference and a co-director of our Center.

The session consists of three parts: presentation, reply, discussion.

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