TMR 087 : Dr. Angus Menuge : On Libertarian Free Will
Do we have free will? Or is it just an illusion? Do we have souls? Or are we entirely material beings? And what does it matter anyway? To discuss these questions we are joined by Dr. Angus Menuge, Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Concordia University Wisconsin and current President of the Evangelical Philosophical Society.
Dr. Menuge studied at the University of Warwick (BA) and the University of Wisconsin-Madison (MA, PhD), and joined Concordia University in 1991. His research interests include philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, Christian apologetics and the work of C. S. Lewis. His academic book Agents Under Fire: Materialism and the Rationality of Science (Rowman and Littlefield, 2004), which defends the concepts of agency and intentionality against naturalistic alternatives, was the first book-length study to relate Intelligent Design to contemporary issues in the philosophy of mind.
[Augustine, Aquinas, Hobbes, Descartes, Leibniz, Hume, Thomas Reid, C. S. Lewis, Alvin Plantinga, E. J. Lowe, Richard Swinburne, William Hasker, Peter van Inwagen, Nancey Murphy, J. P. Moreland, Stephen C. Meyer, John Searle, Daniel Wegner, Daniel Dennett, John Eccles, Wilder Penfield, neuroscience, philosophy of mind, libertarian free will, compatibilism, determinism, indeterminacy, naturalism, epiphenomenalism, agent causation, soul, Imago Dei, cogito ergo sum, information theory, natural law, ceteris paribus, methodological naturalism, Intelligent Design, Ontological Argument from Reason, Epistemological Argument from Reason, Evolutionary Argument Against Naturalism]