On Free Will II: Overthrowing Dualism (March 30, 2006)
Debunks the ancient idea of an immaterial soul that inhabits the body, finding it to be an appeal to obscurantism and contradicted by the evidence.
On Free Will IV: The Nature of Choice (April 3, 2006)
Offers a non-supernatural account of what it means to make a choice and how human beings can freely make choices that alter their own character.
On Free Will V: Moral Responsibility (April 6, 2006)
Lays out a naturalistic view of moral responsibility, arguing that, contrary to what is commonly believed, being responsible for one’s deeds does not require the ability to have done otherwise.