Optimistic Scepticism about Free Will. A lecture of Derk Pereboom in Moscow

15 June, 2018

On January 14th, Derk Pereboom will deliver a lecture on “Optimistic Scepticism about Free Will”. Derk Pereboom Professor, Sage School of Philosophy, Cornell University, author of “Living without Free Will”.

Optimistic scepticism about free will

The lecture will be held on January 14th 5.30 p.m. at the Faculty of Philosophy of Moscow State University.  If you’re not from MSU, please send a letter to foreign@philos.msu.ru with your full name and your position or status, by 12 a.m. of November 20th.

Please note! Don’t forget your passport; you will need it to enter the building.

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