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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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I think it would give you the answer that you will stand (in 10s), but the moment you would decide to oppose and sit it it then would change its answer that you will sit, and if you would not want to …
answered Jun 11 '14 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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The idea is that under 'normal' conditions we do not get uncertainty principle since inanimate things do not make choices or 'observe' and work purely under deterministic principles, but the moment co …
asked Jul 6 '16 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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I was pondering for a while on determinism and had a hard time explaining how we living things are seemingly able to change our surroundings by force of will. Inanimate object can change their … the frame of physical determinism, there cannot be any action that comes out of me that I would be the source of. So I must be a force of nature. What argument could be made against this, assuming physicalist determinism? …
asked Jan 7 '17 by Matas Vaitkevicius
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I read a book about determinism and free will that argued an all knowing / all powerful God and free will are incompatible, because if God knows our future then our actions are determined, hence no …
asked Nov 5 '15 by Matas Vaitkevicius