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07/01/2013

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Eddy: I'd look forward in particular to seeing you tackle the first three items on your list. Cheers.

Eddy,

You are going to get in trouble with my wife, because these all sound so interesting (and I'll again be spending "too much time at the computer"...) Yikes!

I'm especially interested in the new results from x-phi about perfect prediction using brain scanning. How does this stuff relate to the traditional debates about foreknowledge? Well, we know humans are not *essentially* omniscient. But does this research add something of interest? I'm curious. But all the topics sound great to me.

"An error theory for more sophisticated incompatibilist intuitions"

I'm all ears! Tell me how wrong I am! :)

A vote for counterfactuals and a vote for transfer principles...

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