Libertarianism

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Philosophy

 

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Clara K

 

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January 10, 2015

 

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A person's observable acts are important only as they show an inner "life of choice"(377). Therefore the moral freedom assumed is that freedom which concerns inner acts. The second, and more complicated, of Campbell's requirements is to define what constitutes a "free act." There are two parts to this definition...
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The first necessitates "that the act must be one of which the person judged can be regarded as the sole author" (378). This point raises the question of how one can determine authorship. For certainly "the raw material of impulses and capacities that constitute [one's] hereditary endowment" cannot be determined by the individual and surely have an impact on his inner acts (378)...
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