Autonomy: A New Paradigm for Research
by Leonard I. Krimerman - 1972
In what follows, I shall argue against this received doctrine by advancing a positive program for studying human freedom which nonetheless adheres to the criteria for scientific objectivity. First, though, it is essential to look more closely at ID. On this view, to ascribe choice (voluntary or autonomous action) to a person is scientifically indefensible.
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