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Do you think that people have free will or that everything is Deterministic?


I've thinking for a long time about the Deterministic Vs Extistencialistic points of view and how one argues that we don't have a free will (Determinsim) and the other that free will is the base for a meaningful and fulfilling life (Extistencialism). I'm more convinced with Determinism and it taught me tolerance and acceptance. I'm wondering how everyone else sees it.

 

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Tamara Wilhite (tamarawilhite) says

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    Sabri Ben Chaabane (Spiiro) 14 months ago

    I'm sorry, but I don't see the link between Deterministic philosophy being counter-initiative and Islamic religion.


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    Jack Lee (jackclee lm) 14 months ago

    True, but God also intervenes when he choose to hence we see miracles everyday.

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    CH Elijah Sadaphal (Dr CHE Sadaphal) 14 months ago

    Thankfully for us, the grace of God is a free, unmerited gift. His love is never coercive and invites us to freely choose.