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    they exist outside the Matrix (Young, 2013). They do not know themselves well because they have been under the influence of the Matrix for so long, but they are fighting for the right to be free from illusion. Their sense of self seems to be connected to all of the other freed humans and their fight to remain free from the Matrix. There does not seem to be any distinct religion or ethnicity except for the religion of humanity. Men and women eat together, pray together, and live together like…

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    constraints or threats of violence.” (Caplan, 2014) Today most of us do not believe in the tactics of free will. According to Meriam Webster dictionary free will is the power of making free choices that are unconstrained by external circumstances or by an agency such as fate of divine will. To those who know and understand the concept of free will still have a tendency to question if free will exist or not. Free will is the basis…

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    My Personal Philosophy

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    I have completely modified my beliefs in regards to how free I actually am. Growing up I was always taught how we all have free choices and how we must choose wisely. (I still agree with the choosing wisely part). But more importantly I now see how many of the choices that I made were not really free at all. You see, when one throws internal and external constraints into the equation it was clear that something I was not conscious…

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    If We Have Free Will Essay

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    If we live in a world where free will existed we would always be morally responsible for our actions because we always have options to do otherwise, this is known as the principle of alternate possibilities. For now let us assume that we live in a determinist world where our life events are predetermined would we be responsible for our actions even though we have no control over them? It is very hard to imagine how someone could possibly be responsible for actions they had no control over but…

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    and dumping the body on the side of the road, the choice is yours. Americans are blessed with the power of free will, you are in charge of the choices you make and the consequences that come along with them. You are the master of your own fate and you are responsible for your future. You are in charge of yourself, the choice is yours on how you plan on living your life. Everybody wants to be free and everybody intends on creating the most extravagant life they possibly…

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    In the first chapter of God’s Many-Splendored Image, the theme of freedom is obvious because that is the title of the chapter. Being free implies that we are like God, and God does not have a limitation of freedom, so we don’t either. On the same note, mental/spiritual freedom turns out to be more valuable than the physical that most adore. Human freedom does allow us to choose, due to the fact that we are divine beings made in God’s image, and that we can determine the mental happenings in a…

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    In some people demons have come in unaware and that person’s free will is being taken by a spirit without the person even realizing why suddenly they are desiring lewdness, violence, and evil. Then there are those people that willing hand their free will over to satan. God and his army will intercede when a person’s free-will is being tampered with unknowingly by demons. The story of the girl walking home and almost being raped, but the man…

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    The Problem of Free Will: Libertarianism The problem of free will discusses whether or not there is free will and moral responsibility in one’s actions. Causal determinism, the idea that physical events and actions have physical causes, plays a main role in this debate because it determines whether a person has control over their actions (G. Tiller, personal communication, October 2015). In hard determinism, there is only causal determinism so, a person has no control over the choices they make…

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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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    disabilities is free will. This is important because for a computer to exhibit any kind of artificial intelligence, it must be able to exhibit every form of intelligence humans can. In this essay, I will argue that a computer’s lack of free will is not evidence of their inability to be intelligent since free will is not a quality that humans possess. This is because thoughts occur due to brain states, which are physical and are necessitated by causal…

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