Date: Tuesday 4 December 2012
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Speaker: Professor Christian List
Chair: Dr Kristina Musholt
Science, especially the idea that everything in the universe is physically determined, is often thought to challenge the notion that we, humans, have free will and are capable of choosing our own actions. The aim of this lecture is to argue that there is room for free will in a world governed by the laws of physics.
Christian List is professor of political science and philosophy at LSE.
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