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Dr David Hodgson (chemist) can be found here Dr David Hodgson M.A. (B.sc. ...



David Hodgson was a footballer who played for Middlesbrough, Liverpool, Norwich City, Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday, as well as lower division clubs and teams in France and Spain. Middlesbrough F.C. are an English football team, commonly known as The Boro. They are currently in the Premier League. ... Liverpool Football Club are the most successful English football team. ... Norwich City Football Club is a football club based in Norwich, England. ... Sunderland Association Football Club is a football club based in Sunderland, on Wearside in the North-East of England. ... Sheffield Wednesday are a football club in the English Football League. ...


He is now manager of Darlington. Darlington F.C. are an English football team based in the English town of Darlington, currently playing in Football League Two. ...


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Hodgson claims that the choosing self is separate from contents of consciousness, something ‘active’ that is the ‘bearer or experiencer of the contents of consciousness’.
Hodgson’s thesis is that the self determines the choice via volitional causation, but of course such causation requires that the self can’t be fully determined itself or determined in its choice-making, which is why on Hodgson’s theory even very powerful, persuasive reasons must be ‘non-conclusive’ and undetermining.
For Hodgson, there can’t be a ‘conclusive’ causal story explaining choices on the basis of an algorithmic rationality, personality traits, motives, external circumstances, and other determinate factors, for that would be to succumb to a determinism that shows the agent to be part of a larger causal chain, and thus not ‘ultimately’ responsible.
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