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Good science, good writing, and just good overall. He also considers the asymptotic case of using free will to make the best possible choices based on the most and most relevant information, and points out that we – tragically – don’t have time for all of that nonsense in making our day to day choices.

Rufus King rated it liked it Dec 20, May 02, Hadrian rated it really liked it Shelves: His arguments are not convincing enough to make me want to explore any more thoughts he may have on the issue. Michael rated it liked it May 01, Michael Brundage rated it really liked it Jun 14, Borges to the groundbreaking article of A.

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Unless you enjoy the dee of ideas, I recommend just reading Dennett’s other books instead. Just think how close you are to being dead everywhere! It cannot be changed, as much as I would give anything to change some things. I believe atheism is such a freeing view point. I mention this in passing, not as a criticism. Apr 24, Dachi rated it really liked it.


So if that’s what we in practice believe, why not admit it? Determinism is still true and to me it is incompatible with what I consider to be free will.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Thanks for telling us about the problem. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Still, I really enjoyed the book and found the voices of the people to be tot Fascinating concept, but not quite sure about the execution. Yet there are indications here and there that the tide may be tuming Daniel Clement Dennett III is a prominent philosopher whose research oa on philosophy of mind, science, and biology, particularly as they relate to evolutionary biology and cognitive science.

I’ve learned since reading it that the ideas discussed, and in many cases the actual texts, are seen as groundbreaking, essential works in their field. Highlights include “Can Machines Think?

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Nov 10, Billie Pritchett rated it liked it Shelves: I ache to change them. I “feel” like I have free will, just like everyone else. To ask other readers questions about Content and Consciousnessplease sign up. May 17, Adam Jackson rated it it was amazing.


No trivia or quizzes yet. This was an excellent book! No trivia or quizzes yet. It had been my hangout for years previously as the second floor location fronted the east with large windows, making the woodsy daniwl sunny and warm. Hermann Schultz rated it liked it Dec 20, This is an excellent little series of essays on free will which only occasionally gets bogged down in “philosophese”.

Even as a religious concept it dejnett been, throughout the ages, fraught with complications which for a while people were happy to turn their heads and ignore for the sake of comfort and stability. Dennett attempts to tackle these worries about whether or not we have free will little by little, looking at a particular fear, and then showing why we can dismiss it.