Jul 15, 2020
So, apparently no matter what timeline we're in, I'm always going to end up in a debate about free will. At least this is a good one! Thomas brought some great short stories to the party and we continue to hash out what of Dennett's compatibilism is valuable and where does it fall short. After you listen make sure to submit questions for our last episode on Dennett before we move on to ANATHEM! Also, new intro quotes!
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