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Is There Free Will In A Deterministic Reality?


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    Elijah A Alexander Jr (The0NatureBoy) 2 years ago

    When one visualizes their timeline the first incarnation may be free will but all other incarnations are compounded by the karma to the first so the concept of freewill exists but every following incarnation is controlled by predestination.


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    dashingscorpio 2 years ago

    "Reality is a fact and that can't be changed."

    Perception is reality. At one time experts believed the world was flat!

    One has to see the whole in order to declare something is a fact.

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    Elijah A Alexander Jr (The0NatureBoy) 24 months ago

    There are no unbelievers, believe is accepting something needing proof, we all do but truth seekers, realizing they have no proof begin seriously searching of answers. Believers accept free will, truth seekers, the faithful (Heb 11:1), seeks proof.


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    dashingscorpio 2 years ago

    "The unwise man-em-mass will generally believe they have freewill although they do not." Are you saying it wasn't up to you to post an answer to this question? Is not suicide an act of free will? Having choices is free will! Having none isn't.


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