Conscious Deciding and the Science of Free Will
This chapter develops an experimentally useful conception of conscious deciding and challenges one major source of skepticism about free will: the belief that conscious decisions and intentions are never involved in producing corresponding overt actions. The challenge illuminates a way in which some conscious decisions and intentions do seem to be efficacious.
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