Monday, March 03, 2008

Free Will

is a fundamental arguing point in philosophy. Determinists say it's nonsense, or that it means something other than it's been traditionally understood to be. Indeterminists may just argue that it's luck, not personal agency, that brings about our "decisions". So this study is interesting in the context of this debate:

Free Will and Honesty by Charles Colson
Nearly every major story involving an ethical or moral lapse is soon followed by an... >>read more

(Via Catholic Exchange)

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