I'm familiar with the positions of determinism, free will, and compatibilism. But I recently heard a new position in this domain, and I'm curious if it has a name. The position goes something like this:
The idea that the past creates the present (determinism) and the idea that our present state can dynamically influence the future (free will) only makes sense within a conventional linear view of time. Our conventional view of time does not take into account our limited/biological perspective of time, and so we are attempting to solve a problem within an obsolete model.
I assume this position alludes to the idea that time can "change pace" because of the laws of space-time, and/or the idea that time is viewed through the subjective lens of the human nervous system, so this perspective cannot be objectively correct.
In thinking about this, I was reminded of a statement that Sam Harris often makes where he says that "The illusion of free will is itself an illusion." Some claim that he is stating a useless tautology, but is it possible that he is referring to the illusion of linear time as it relates to our view of cause and effect?
I saw this question and its answers, but did not feel that Incompatibilism or Indeterminism focuses on this almost "transcendental" view of time.