ArticleSeifert, JosefWhile Aristotle does not consider (as Libet) the physical universe causally closed, his understanding of causality is insufficient: 1. Aristotle does not grasp the indispensable role of persons for the “four causes” he distinguishes: Physical efficien . . .
ArticlePersons, causes and free will: Libet's topsy-turvy idea of the order of causes and "forgetfulness of the person"Seifert, JosefLibet’s attempt to explain positive free acts (which he denies) in terms of physiological brain causes fails: Efficient causality has an inherent relation to persons; personal wills are primary/superior forms of efficient causes and the only efficient . . .
ArticleDhar, SharmisthaIn this piece of work I have revisited the free will problem which is a problem about intentional agency under deterministic causation as is perceived in the folk mindscape. I have first tried to disentangle the concept of deterministic causation from . . .