Либертарианские теории свободы воли и условие альтернативных возможностей
This article discusses the alternative possibilities condition in libertarian accounts of free will. It examines G.E. Moore’s conditional analysis and libertarian critics of this approach, than goes to libertarian view on the ability to do otherwise and its ontological conditions. Finally it shows that the ability to otherwise doesn’t suffice for freedom of will in libertarian sense and what is still needed remains mystery.