|Introduction to Philosophy||Notes||This is not a substitute for coming to class||Richard Lee|
|Philosophy 2003 C 001||Copyright © 1999, Richard Lee||Spring 1999|
P did A freely = P did A and P was free not to do A.
P was free not to do A = It was not determined that P do A. [Incompatibilist]
P did A freely = P did A and it was not determined that P do A.
The compatibilist can accept the initial definition of "freely" above, but does not accept the incompatibilist definition of "free to do."