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The doctrine that every event has a cause. The main philosophical interest of determinism has been in assessing its implications for free will.

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can the opposite be true? It would seem strange to suggest that freedom, somehow requires moral oughts to exist, considering how oughts are distinct from facts. Compatibilists claim determinism can … be reconciled with free will, or as Schopenhauer said: "Man can will as he wills but cannot will what he wills." Compatibilists contend that even if determinism were true, it would still be possible …
answered Jun 30 '13 by mjsa