Ramifications of My View of Free Will

This post is part of a series: Free Will? Yes and No

In my first post, I made my initial argument.  As near as I can tell, we have free will, and our choices are predetermined.  I argued that this is a natural result of the fact that the human mind is some kind of extremely advance computer program, and some aspects of the nature of computing.

My second post answered some objections that I think will be common.  I did my best to explain why I’m not contradicting myself, and why this doesn’t mean that you’re merely the equal of your computer or the software running on it.

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Common Objections to My Understanding of Free Will

This is part of a series: Free Will? Yes and No

In my previous post, I laid out an unusual answer to the question of whether we have free will.  It’s currently the best answer that I can think of.  In this post, I’ll list some objections that I expect will be common. Continue reading Common Objections to My Understanding of Free Will