Well, I think there's quite a bit of difference between Hume talking about billiard balls hitting each other and the notion of free will in humans. Inanimate objects, after all, don't have any choice in their actions, nor do they have any moral culpability.
And aside from not being interesting. Its sort of pointless. Its not as if we knew one way or the other our experience in life would change.
whether light is a wave or a particle
kennethamy wrote:Are the possibilities limited to these two?whether light is a wave or a particle
Why do you ask?
kennethamy wrote:Why do you ask why I ask?Why do you ask?
Because I did not know why you asked