"Stimulating and engaging: Mawson is a genial guide, drawing the reader into an extended conversation on a perennially perplexing problem of philosophy. The standard ground is covered, but with regular original touches - and, if perplexity is not removed altogether by Mawson's common sense defence of an agent-causalist libertarianism, at least it will be a perplexity better understood." John Bishop, Professor of Philosophy, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
About the Author
Tim Mawson is Fellow and Tutor of Philosophy at the University of Oxford (St Peter's College). He is currently Secretary to the British Society for the Philosophy of Religion and is author of Belief in God: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion (OUP, 2005).