Free Will

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Philosophy

 

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Kristine O

 

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March 22, 2013

 

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University

 

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Our actions are causally determined. 2. If our actions are determined, then we cannot be morally responsible for them. 3. We have the freedom necessary to be morally responsible for our actions. It is obvious that not all of these statements can coexist with each other. Any two of them may be accepted, but the third must be rejected...
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Any two of them may be accepted, but the third must be rejected. Considering these three statements, there are three positions that one can take in the free will debate: determinism, libertarianism, and compatibilism. Determinists accept statements 1 and 2, but reject statement 3. They agree with the thesis of universal causation, and hold that we are not morally responsible for our actions...
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