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    different outcomes. Libertarianism talks about free will and where free will involves either uncaused, undetermined choices or choices caused by the executor himself, whose character is itself, uncaused, or caused through free choice. Free will is commonly seen in scenarios where a person has to make a decision and in the middle of their internal argument, there is a moment where the person has the free will to either…

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    conclude that there is no such God that exists. There are many different arguments to justify why God allows evil in the world. None of them can fully explain why God allows evil, but can provide some doubt that God doesn’t exist. Free-Will Defense…

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    Is there really a reason why people are ultimately good and ultimately evil? If there ever was, where would it start from? By reading Augustine’s works, you can tell he questioned himself, If God was good then why is there so much evil the world right now? If he was good then, he should have trouble creating anything that has evil agendas. The way Augustine’s looked at it is if anything that turns evil must have started out good. If God created everything that is supposed to be good then that…

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    question arises around freedom and, more specifically, to what extent is an individual free to make choices that affect the rest of their life. At one extreme, a person could argue that one does not have any freedom whatsoever, and that all the events of life are predestined and would occur regardless of the choices one makes. At the opposite end of the spectrum would be a person who argues that a human being is free to live whatever life they choose without any limitations. Sartre, based on his…

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    Com 295 – 07 In communication there are two different ways on how you can look at communication theory; one way is free will scope, the other a determinism scope. These two ways of evaluating communication theory can affect many different aspects throughout communication. Free will means that humans acts are voluntary. It also says that we are free agents who can decide to respond differently under identical sets of circumstances. This means that we as humans have freedom to respond to our…

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    Extrovert, Introvert, or Extroverted Introvert “You think you’ve got it figured out, huh? You have no idea what life has in store for you.” Will you accept a random message request from a stranger? Most probably not right? But it happened, because if not then you won’t be reading this. Gillian Mamaclay of 4 BS Legal Management here in Ateneo surprised me by accepting my request. This person is also the current president of the Ateneo Student Exchange Council. After accepting my message and…

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    They met in the wrong place at the wrong time. They met in the right place at the right time. Fate is unexpected and mysterious, meaning no one really knows what to make of it. It just kind of happens. No one has control over fate. It can be in favor of the person, or it can be against them. People say that fate happens for a reason and most likely cannot be changed. Though some say that through specific actions it can be altered. In the movie, Inglourious Basterds, the entire plot is secretly…

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    1. Are people determined or do we have free will? While some stories and philosophers may believe that one’s destiny is something that is already decided and set out for them, I personally disagree. For me, when looking at history, sometimes it can seem like one’s fate is already set based on the actions in the past. An example of this would be A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. The main character believes his life is already set and dictated by what has happened in the past to African…

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    Allegiant Novel Essay We’ve all made a choice that changed our lives. Maybe it was choosing one person over another or choosing one path instead of another. We are going to make hundreds of choices in our lives. Some will be small, like choosing what to eat for breakfast or what to order at a restaurant. Others will be big, like choosing who to marry. Sometimes we make good choices that lead to positive things and sometimes we make bad choices that lead to negative things or…

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    Choices In the short stories “A&P” by John Updike, “Searching for Summer” by Joan Aiken, and “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker the protagoni, are all face drastically different situations: an embarrassment three attractive female shoppers, a post-war world that is void of sunlight, and a rural southern home in which heritage drives the family apart. The characters can be linked together through their response to conflict: they choose to act selflessly rather than selfishly. The selfless acts of…

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