Holbach: Illusion of Free Will

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Obviously, if outside forces determine our choices, we cannot be held responsible for our actions. However, if our choices are made with total freedom than certainly we must claim responsibility for our choices and actions. This is exactly the point that Paul Henri D'Holbach made in writing his essay, "The Illusion of Free Will...
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Consequently, a choice we make that isn't under our own control must somehow be determined by something else. That something else, according to D'Holbach, is an external or internal force which actually drives humans to make certain choices. D'Holbach states that man is never a free agent. We are never a truly free agent because we're never truly free...
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