Wittgenstein: Philosophy leaves everything as it is.
Marx: Philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways; the point is to change it.
|Common sense||Cognitive science|
|sin + blame||pathology + treatment|
|character||situation + personality|
|punishment as retribution||social engineering|
1. Is the self more like a unified ego or like a bundle of experiences?
2. What alternatives are there to ego and bundle theories?
3. What do multiple and divided selves tell us about consciousness?
4. What is volition?
5.Does the experience of free will provide evidence that there is free will?
6.Does morality depend on free will?
7. Is conscious will an illusion?
Debate about free will and the brain
Computational Epistemology Laboratory.
This page updated Oct. 9, 2007