2 edition of Deconstructing determinism found in the catalog.
Written in English
Taken from Antipode, vol.20, 1988, pp. 142-168.
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I considered James Bond, because James Bond is in a lot of Author: Will Wildman. The critique of Pinker's reading of the Enlightenment might be interesting for a lot of you.
If you find that critique interesting then I'd recommend John Ralston Saul's book Voltaire's Bastards for a more in depth critique of how enlightenment values have been perverted in order to justify the worst hierarchal structures of society.
Another way to enter a dialogue with determinism is to move away from a comparison between the traditionally presumed grand divisions (e.g., written vs. print vs. electronic) and use the deconstructing comparison to ask questions about the changing power of a technology during each phase of its by: 1.
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It is a label which is bandaged conveniently as a reminder of the. -Counter to much pop Big History, Harari has a very explicit and strong denunciation of various forms of determinism.
However, a continuous problem with this book is turning right around and undermining its own good points. In this case, Harari seems to believe there is an "arrow of.
The book is a triumph—”a philosopher’s magnum opus” as the Edinburgh International Book Festival has described it. The history of philosophy is a big field and it takes a steady and expert hand to guide a reader through it. Grayling, a longtime proponent of. I was interested in this book, written injust one year before the Libet experiment that would be quoted from there on in the discussion of free will (Dennetts own words reading foreboding: Modern science isnt making determinism true, even if it is discovering this fact, so things aren't going to get worse, unlesss it is believing in /5.
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A reader posted the following comment: Alternatively, and perhaps more naturally, this can be construed as an argument against free will (at least against the traditional, libertarian concept of free will, some compatibilist accounts of free will are compatible with determinism).
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so determinism became not a mystery to solve — “what are the factors that caused this outcome?”— but simply a known fact.