On the Problem of Free Will

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All our justifications of law and morality are possible if and only if the concept of free will has valid metaphysical reasoning. Only by accepting free will can one determine whether an action is good or evil so that punishment can be fully legitimized on the basis of that judgment. Thus, free will is one of, if not the only one, the pre-requisites of a legal system to be implemented. In the absence of a free will, all legal orders have no meaning at all. However, what kind of conditions and reasoning which allow free will to be accepted ontologically? This lecture will be divided into three parts that will help to answer that question:
1. Free will and the problem of responsibility (21 Oct 2018)
2. On the problem of causation (28 Oct 2018)
3. Self-determinism (04 Nov 2018)

by Risalatul Hukmi (Head of Metaphysics and Continental Philosophy  at Ze-No)| Yogyakarta | 21, 28 October, and 04 November 2018
Time: 15.00 – 17.00 WIB
Venue: Sengkan RT 07 RW 059 Gang Nakula no 16 Joho Condongcatur, Depok, Sleman Yogyakarta 55281 (Ze-No Office)