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Ayer and Frankfurt both address the question of the connection between free

will and the ability to do otherwise. They reach very different conclusions. Ayer offers an analysis of "could have done otherwise". How is his analysis supposed to make sense of free will in a deterministic universe? What, by contrast, does Frankfurt argue when it comes to the connection between free will and the ability to do otherwise? How does he make sense of free will in a deterministic universe?

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