Determinism and Free Will

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Philosophy

 

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Viola R

 

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February 20, 2014

 

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To refute it, one can either demonstrate that it is invalid or untrue. One natural reaction to this argument is that many claimed having free will seems to be consistent with our day-to-day experiences, and thus, from an empiricist point of view, we obviously do have free will. Some have attacked the first premise of the argument, saying that objects do not obey determinist laws; rather, determinist laws merely describe what happens to objects...
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Such laws do not govern the universe or “force the world to be some particular way rather than another” (Swartz). Therefore, if one decides to do an action, there can be an always true description or law for it, but that law did not cause the person to do what he did, and, therefore, no free will was ever infringed...
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