What if your conscious choice is to not give a ****?
What if the conscious choice overrides the "irrational" desires? Would this not be an example of free will, according to your theory that we have a conscious chooser and an irrational mental state?
Since there is no self, is this river our will? If the self does not exist, why did you say that our will is working against it?
How can we override our predisposition in any instance? Is this free will? ,,,,,, in your opinion
Life can be meaningful and enjoyable even though it's determined
Quote:Quite true Krump but I'd guess a substantial number might be discouragedLife can be meaningful and enjoyable even though it's determined
So then, our predisposition can not be surmounted. However, it is always changing, just as the present is always changing, and we are always flowing and changing with it because we are part of it. determinism. yeah.
We desperately need to feel that we have some
My intuition tells me as soon as we leave behind this idea of self importance the world might just turn a more civilized compassionate place.