On the other hand, I struggled making it through the last chapter of the book dedicated to issues of free-will and selfhood. Though these are important problems, I felt that Bechtel's defense of compatibilism based in his mechanist outlook was not novel or interesting enough to warrant such a prolonged treatment. May 06, Miles rated it liked it. Okay I'm probably overreacting. For now it seems this book is a landmark for me. It'll be interesting to see how it withstands the test of time and further research. See journal for detailed notes.
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