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    law of demand states that all else being equal, as the price of a good rises, the quantity demanded falls (xxx). However, there is a special case when the price of a good is 0 as people do not simply subtract costs from benefits. This phenomenon is called the zero price effect which explains the case of people perceiving the benefits associated with free products as higher (xxx zero as a special price) Most people are of the opinion that a free good is a good with 0 cost to the individual. However, does a free good really cost…

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    creation, the decision to choose between good and evil has been the most vital decision of all time, but what ultimately controls our decisions? Can we explain any decisions we make? This question has been at the core of the social sciences since they first came about. Those in opposition to the social sciences claim free will is the moral choices you make everyday to say yes and no to good and evil. On the other hand, social scientists argue, if you can bring science to how things work, you can…

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    A free society gives the individuals within it rights. Each individual can make own choices without the worry of consequences. Even so, every good idea has its flaws. Within a free society, laws and rules must be in place, yet every individual within the society may not believe in the rule. Therefore, peaceful resistance to laws positively impact a free society through action and change. The idea of a free society means each individual is free to speak, believe, and act upon any of their…

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    Voice 1: ...and therein our problem lies, free will exists. It is your fault that you chose to talk to me about this. Voice 2: No, no, no. All of our actions were determined beforehand because of the natural order of things. This conversation exists because of previous causes, and the causes had causes, and so on. Free will does not exit. Voice 1: I cannot bring myself to believe in such a thing. Obviously, there are multiple choices to make at any given moment and all the decision making…

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    Free Will and its Relation to Grace: Erasmus versus Luther In our reading on Discourse of Free Will, we develop a wholesome idea of the opinions both Erasmus and Luther had on the topic of free will and the how it correlates with God’s grace. Once we look beyond the back and forth debate of this text, we will begin to look at their theological opinions on free will separately to find a better understanding and formulate our own opinions on this commonly debated topic. As we look at the…

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    Out with the new, bring back the old. The author of the article “The New Argument about Freedom” talks about how the old philosophical questions of “are we free’ and “are we morally responsible” should be put to bed and that new questions should be brought forward, ones that are closer to people’s hearts. She brings forward the question of whether free will and moral responsibility are compatible with determinism. She uses this question to swiftly dismiss determinism. When it comes to her…

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    The Existence Of Free Will

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    Over the decades, scientist and philosophers have argued the existence of free will; determining its existence is a challenge. Clearly, it is an ontological issue because experts in the field have difficulties defining its nature of existence. Free will is the doctrine that states that all human beings are free to make independent choices. Free will has the potential to judge the outcomes of our actions by explaining that no external force was involved in them and, therefore, we are free to make…

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    that we have free will and that it does not work together with determination. They believe that free will is the way for us to be morally responsible. They also believe that it is in their power to create their own future with the ability that they are given to choose whatever, whenever. They believe that things could have been done differently, so it is our responsibility to make the right decisions. It is freedom of predetermination and one's nature. Determinism is the theory that…

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    Paper VIII Unlike the vast topics of philosophy, free will (ability to do otherwise and be the originator of the choice) is one that appeals to everyone regardless of their beliefs or life choices. The topic itself is an ontological issue, deeply rooted in the metaphysical nature of reality. For example, arguments for logical determinism are dependent on the aspect of the reality of time and whether or not the future already exists or if it is adaptable. Additionally, logical determinism can be…

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    believes that free will exists. Sartre goes on to explain that just because we are free doesn’t mean we get away with doing anything. In fact, he claims that we are responsible for every choice we make. Because of this Sartre claimed that we are “Condemned to be free.” Sartre's views may be viewed as liberating and logical, but our knowledge of the world firmly supports that we may not be as free as he artistically expressed. Sartre believed that all men are free. He held that we do not…

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