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Organon F, Volume 26, February 2019, Issue 1

Special issue on Causality, Free Will, and Divine Action

Guest editors: Frederik Herzberg and Daniel von Wachter

ISSN 2585-7150 (online) ISSN 1335-0668 (print)

Download PDF | Published online: 22 January 2019 | 11 articles | Pages 1–184

Editorial

Preface

Daniel von Wachter

Download PDF | Pages 2–4

Research Article

The Many Inadequate Justification of Methodological Naturalism

Robert A. Larmer

Download PDF | Pages 5–24

Research Article

The Implausibility of the Causal Closure of the Physical

Richard Swinburne

Download PDF | Pages 25–39

Research Article

The Principle of the Causal Openness of the Physical

Daniel von Wachter

Download PDF | Pages 40–61

Research Article

Why Determinism in Physics Has No Implications for Free Will

Michael Esfeld

Download PDF | Pages 62–85

Research Article

Does Divine Intervention Violate Laws of Nature?

Ralf B. Bergmann

Download PDF | Pages 86–103

Research Article

Elements of a Theory of Nonphysical Agents in the Physical World

Uwe Meixner

Download PDF | Pages 104–121

Research Article

Active Doings and the Principle of the Causal Closure of the Physical World

Ansgar Beckermann

Download PDF | Pages 122–140

Research Article

Freedom, Power and Causation

Thomas Pink

Download PDF | Pages 141–168

Discussion Note

The Principle of Causal Completeness: Reply to Daniel von Wachter

Michael Esfeld

Download PDF | Pages 169–174

Discussion Note

Do the Laws of Nature Entail Causal Closure? Response to Michael Esfeld

Daniel von Wachter

Download PDF | Pages 175–184


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