Unformatted text preview: objections. 4. What is the identity theory of mind? What arguments can be used to support the Identity Theory? What objections can be made against the Identity Theory? 5. Some philosophers believe that you could be taking this exam of your own free will even if determinism is true. Do you agree? Defend your answer against objections, making sure to explain compatibilism carefully. 6. What is Jackson’s Knowledge Argument against materialism? What objections might be raised against this argument? Are those objections persuasive? 7. What is determinism? Is it plausible? Present at least two arguments for your view and defend them against objections. 8. (1) If determinism is true, we have no free will. (2) If determinism is false, we have no free will. (3) Determinism is either true or false So, we have no free will Carefully discuss reasons for believing the first two premises of this argument. Then discuss at least one objection to the argument....
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