The Problem Of Free Will: Libertarianism
In this paper, I will be arguing that the libertarianism view, the view that causal determinism has no effect on a person’s choices or actions, is the most plausible because it fits best with my views and opinions about the problem of free.
The libertarianism view is the theory that we possess free will, and our free will is not the result of causal determinism or random chance, but rather the result of a rational agent that resides in us. Out of the three perspectives, this one allows the most free will and moral responsibility since it is indicating that the person making the decision is in control of what they choose. In libertarianism, it is believed that there are two types of causation, the second type being the reasoning behind a person’s free choice. Chisholm (1982) describes, “When