In Aristotle's famous sea battle argument, he argues from bivalence (or something like it) to determinism. Stalnacker has an argument to determinism using standard logical laws, as well. My question is: if you are a determinist, is it a problem if logical laws necessitate determinism? It seems that most people think it is.
Intuitively, I want to say that there is something wrong with logical laws entailing determinism, even though I am a determinist-- I feel like they shouldn't be dependent on the metaphysical state of the universe. I just do not have a good way of articulating this sentiment. Does Stalnacker address this issue? Is there any nice philosophical quote out there, or person on Stack Exchange, that can perhaps articulate my sentiment?