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    God, Free Will and Morality (review)
    Review of Metaphysics 39 (2): 374-375. 1985.
    The early chapters of this book deal with what the author calls the "dilemma of obligability.". The apparent dilemma is that obligability is not compatible with either determinism or indeterminism. The author believes the dilemma can be avoided by denying the principle that "'ought' implies 'can'," or the principle that obligability entails substitutability. This is because, as the dilemma is presented in the book, it is generated by the assumption that obligability entails substitutability toge…Read more
  • Magill, K.-Freedom and Experience
    Philosophical Books 39 196-197. 1998.