Table of contents for A contemporary introduction to free will / by Robert Kane.

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Contents
Chapter 1: The Free Will Problem
Chapter 2: Compatibilism
Chapter 3: Incompatibilism
Chapter 4: Libertarianism, Indeterminism and Chance
Chapter 5: Minds, Selves and Agent Causes
Chapter 6: Actions, Reasons and Causes
Chapter 7: Is Free Will Possible? Hard Determinists and Other Skeptics
Chapter 8: Moral Responsibility and Alternative Possibilities
Chapter 9: Higher-order Desires, Real Selves and New Compatibilists
Chapter 10: Reactive Attitude Theories
Chapter 11: Ultimate Responsibility
Chapter 12: Free Will and Modern Science
Chapter 13: Predestination, Divine Foreknowledge and Free Will
Chapter 14: Conclusion: Five Freedoms
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Free will and determinism.