Free Will and Justification of Punishment

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Philosophy

 

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Nancy A

 

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November 16, 2014

 

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If people do not have free will and therefore have no control over their actions, then they cannot be held responsible for any wrongdoings. Having free will is having the power to make choices that are unconstrained by external circumstances or by an intervention such as fate or divine will. This is known as Libertarian free will...
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This is known as Libertarian free will. Determinism is the view that every event, action and decision is the inevitable consequence of past conditions, for instance, genetic and environmental influences, and the laws of nature. Compatibilism is the theory that free will and determinism are compatible...
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