Free Will

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Debate Proceedings

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VVoIP_Physics_Debate on Free Will - Speakers

Chairperson - Dr. Matteo Ferensby

  • Nicolas Gisin - Homepage [3]
Free-Will and Physics: Free-Will Comes First[4]
PowerPoint Presentation
  • Franz Jansen
Free Will Incompatible with Retrospective but not Prospective Definition of[5]
PowerPoint Presentation
  • Iegor Reznikoff
1) A Logical Proof of the Free-Will Theorem; 2) A Hidden Unknowable Determinism is Possible, while a Knowable Global is Not[6]
PowerPoint Presentation
  • Nicolas Lori - Homepage [7]
Free-Will and Mental Health[8]
PowerPoint Presentation
  • Antonio Di Lorenzo
Free Will: Physical and Philosophical Considerations[9]
PowerPoint Presentation
  • Jiri Soucek
The Free Will: The Role of Observers, Their Contexts and The Quadratic Model of Events in Human Thinking[10]
PowerPoint Presentation Media:Dr. Soucek_Free_Will.pptx
  • Mark Hadley - Homepage [11]
The False Presupposition and a Testable Model of the Free Will Phenomenon[12]
PowerPolint Presentation Media:Hadley.pptx