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Wed 19 Mar, 2014 12:09 am - In your third reason you suggest that there will be disagreement about disagreement, and that this makes unlikely an account that tells us how to react to peer disagreement, but that doesn't... (view)
Wed 22 Jan, 2014 12:39 am - [quote="Fil Albuquerque"]Free will is nothing but a pathetic obscure meaningless pseudo concept rapping human illusion within the great grinding processes of the world...[/quote]We can... (view)
Thu 14 Nov, 2013 07:45 pm - [quote="AtheisticMaterialist"][quote][quote]I'm not just saying that they made a specific decision, I'm saying they couldn't have made any other decision.[/quote]But your... (view)
Wed 13 Nov, 2013 07:36 am - [quote="AtheisticMaterialist"]I'm not just saying that they made a specific decision, I'm saying they couldn't have made any other decision.[/quote]But your argument... (view)
Fri 8 Nov, 2013 09:30 pm - [quote="AtheisticMaterialist"][quote]Your thought experiment begs the question. If there is no future, then when you "play it out again", there is no outcome to be "the... (view)
Wed 6 Nov, 2013 11:07 pm - [quote="AtheisticMaterialist"]I just believe that the future is unchangeable. Here, think of it this way, If you have a scenario, play it out, and then you play it out again, every time... (view)
Wed 6 Nov, 2013 11:03 pm - [quote="Cyracuz"]Sometimes we have to make choices when we do not want to. Being presented with a choice can be just as restrictive to freedom as it can be empowering. It seems it... (view)
Fri 25 Jan, 2013 06:58 am - [quote="Craigus"]Free will would be the power to choose what you do regardless of outside influences.[/quote]No, that is not what philosophers mean by "free... (view)
Sun 20 Jan, 2013 01:11 am - [quote="Andrew H"]My point was this: I believe that a significant fraction of well-educated people believe that when a human makes any kind of decision, the "cause" is the... (view)
Wed 16 Jan, 2013 11:57 pm - [quote="Andrew H"]In short, the laws of physics, perhaps combined with random chance, are fully causally sufficient in respect to any action I might take. Fine.[/quote]It's not... (view)
 
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