Free Will & Determinism

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Philosophy

 

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Dana B

 

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November 7, 2012

 

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University

 

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Free will advocates, or libertarians, as they are sometimes called, believe that while everything else in the universe may be the inevitable consequence of external forces, human behavior is unique and is determined by the agent, not by God or the stars or the laws of nature. The traditional concept of free will enters the mainstream of Western Philosophy in metaphysical questions about human responsibility for moral behavior...
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Free will advocates, or libertarians, as they are sometimes called, believe that while everything else in the universe may be the inevitable consequence of external forces, human behavior is unique and is determined by the agent, not by God or the stars or the laws of nature. The traditional concept of free will enters the mainstream of Western Philosophy in metaphysical questions about human responsibility for moral behavior...
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