By Michæl Frede, A. A. Long, David Sedley
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Long, A. A. II. Title. F7F74 2011 1237'·5093—dc22 2010020858 Manufactured in the United States of America 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 This book is printed on Cascades Enviro 100, a 100% post consumer waste, recycled, de-inked fiber. FSC recycled certified and processed chlorine free. It is acid free, Ecologo certified, and manufactured by BioGas energy. CONTENTS Foreword Editor's Preface 1. Introduction 2. Aristotle on Choice without a Will 3. The Emergence of a Notion of Will in Stoicism 4.
This is not to say that there is anything in the world which, according to Aristotle, does not have an explanation. But the way Aristotle conceives of explanation, the conjunction of these explanations still leaves the world underdetermined in our sense of casual determination. So in Aristotle's world there is plenty of space left for human action which does not collide with, or is excluded by, the existing regularities. Aristotle appeals to this, for instance, when he explains that choosing presupposes that it is up to us, depends on us, whether something gets done or not.
This perfectionism was completely in character, but by summer 2007 we were still hoping to receive a typescript from him that we could send to the University of California Press. Then, on August 11 of that year, during a triennial colloquium on Hellenistic philosophy at Delphi, Frede died unexpectedly while swimming in the Gulf of Corinth. What additions and changes he might have made, but for his untimely death, we shall sadly never know. ” We can be fairly confident that Byzantine philosophy and theology was the field in which he would have expanded his research on the will.
A free will : origins of the notion in ancient thought by Michæl Frede, A. A. Long, David Sedley