|Free Will and Determinism
Ted Honderich's (still quite long) summary of a deterministic philosophy of mind, and its consequences for our fundamental attitudes.
A chapter from the 'The Free Will Handbook' (edited by Robert Kane, 2002) by Christopher Taylor and Daniel Dennett.
Discusses the various problems raised by different concepts of determinism, and presents an argument that physical determinism is compatible with free will.
A critique of the view that quantum theory disproves determinism, and an argument that freedom is simultaneously compatible and incompatible with determinism. By Prof. Ted Honderich.
A comprehensive collection of important papers on the philosophy of free will, freedom and determinism. By Prof. Ted Honderich.
Section on free will from David Chalmers' site.
Randolph Clarke's survey of theories of freedom according to which it is inconsistent with causal determinism.
An overview of theories of free will and the problems that they raise. By Timothy O'Connor.
A series of essays offering a naturalistic critique of libertarian free will, arguing that such freedom is illusory, and also unnecessary to ground our moral practices.
Volitional science is the attempted integration of cognitive science with the structure of society. It argues convincingly for the existence of free will. Is a cross-disciplinary study of cog sci, game theory, social science and Austrian economics.