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Philosophical and psychological issues of free will; free will and responsibility
Kolda, Jakub ; Kosek, Jan (advisor) ; Ondřejková, Jana (referee)
1 ABSTRACT Presented thesis deals with different approaches and methods of research on the free will issue and with the comparison of these approaches and methods. First part comprises of description of the philosophical discourse of free will. This part is divided into four sections. First section includes those free will concepts that can be called hard- deterministic, as they hold the laws of physical determination to be true and they believe that there is no such a thing as a free will in this world. Compatibilist theories whose authors claim that the laws of determination and free will are able to coexist are included in the second section. Third section encompasses those free will theories that claim that free will is not possible both in deterministic and non-deterministic world. These theories are called impossibilist. Libertarian theories which claim that in fact there exists free will in a non-deterministic universe constitute the last section. Content of the second part of the thesis is based upon neurological studies and praxis of legal experts in the field of psychiatrics and psychology in the Czech Republic. Opening section consists of three divisions. The first one is devoted to the description of the physiological correlates of will processes and to the cases of disruptions in these...
Philosophical and psychological issues of free will; free will and responsibility
Kolda, Jakub ; Kosek, Jan (advisor) ; Ondřejková, Jana (referee)
1 ABSTRACT Presented thesis deals with different approaches and methods of research on the free will issue and with the comparison of these approaches and methods. First part comprises of description of the philosophical discourse of free will. This part is divided into four sections. First section includes those free will concepts that can be called hard- deterministic, as they hold the laws of physical determination to be true and they believe that there is no such a thing as a free will in this world. Compatibilist theories whose authors claim that the laws of determination and free will are able to coexist are included in the second section. Third section encompasses those free will theories that claim that free will is not possible both in deterministic and non-deterministic world. These theories are called impossibilist. Libertarian theories which claim that in fact there exists free will in a non-deterministic universe constitute the last section. Content of the second part of the thesis is based upon neurological studies and praxis of legal experts in the field of psychiatrics and psychology in the Czech Republic. Opening section consists of three divisions. The first one is devoted to the description of the physiological correlates of will processes and to the cases of disruptions in these...

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