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ArchMichael
ArchMichael: Freewill or Causalety / Predeterminism ?
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Super Esquire
Super Esquire: Freewill
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Micky boy
Micky boy: So since the day I was born I was supposed to be here at this second drunk writing a reply about predertemism, or is it just a chaotic universe and I'm free to write as I please, anyway, I'm betting I don't give a bolloxđź‘Ť
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Srchng4Truth
Srchng4Truth: Tough question.
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scarletpanthershade1
scarletpanthershade1: Free will. While all of us have a purpose, it's our choice whether or not to fulfill it. What is that purpose? That's up to you to find out. Which is also a choice. See? Free will.
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RavenSoulGuardian
RavenSoulGuardian: I don't even know what that word is Google here I come.
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Undisclosed Name
Undisclosed Name in reply to RavenSoulGuardian: Lol
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oOoRaiNyoOo
oOoRaiNyoOo: Freewill
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Goddess Of Shadows
Goddess Of Shadows: lol freewill or fate 0
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Goddess Of Shadows
Goddess Of Shadows: We have free will
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Goddess Of Shadows
Goddess Of Shadows: i believe in reincarnation so before we are reborn we are asked easy life or one of learning meaning hard life
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Srchng4Truth
Srchng4Truth in reply to Murrderface88:
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Srchng4Truth
Srchng4Truth: Interesting belief Atl.
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Goddess Of Shadows
Goddess Of Shadows: yeah i guess but im pagan
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thewalkindude
thewalkindude: I'll actually go Predeterminism. Even if our will is involved in the choices we make, the strength and reason for that will has a previous cause or origin. If you follow the causes back far enough, it's something beyond our control. For example, I might chose to help someone in need, but I make that choice based on previous experiences, or character traits that have evolved in me over time because of past experiences or choices (and those choices based on previous experiences and choices)- Eventually, everything was either taught by someone who learned from the same cycle, leading back to things beyond their control, or they learned from someone else, or as a result of their environment, and so on. Luckily, there are so many predetermined factors, and it's such a complicated system, that it seems, at least to me, to be indistinguishable from free will anyway.
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scarletpanthershade1
scarletpanthershade1 in reply to thewalkindude: You have a good observation and reasoning skills.
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Wikkaman
Wikkaman: causality, causalité or freewill AND fate or predeterminism
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allie0oopss
allie0oopss: its totally free will; you always have the choice,,,be it wise or otherwise..you may make the choices based on prior experiences, but you have the choice to ignore the teachings or not.
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tstarr8481
tstarr8481: Thinking that it is predetermined.....For example, when we first meet someone and it clicks immediately....or when one is a natural in certain areas......ppl readily acclaimed *he/she* was just born that way......etc...
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Super Esquire
Super Esquire: "No fate but what we make." Sean O,Connor, from movie, Terminator
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tstarr8481
tstarr8481: "Do not be afraid our fate can not be taken from us....it was a gift." ~ Dante ..
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firesciguy14
firesciguy14 in reply to Super Esquire: I believe that was Sarah Connor...
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Hatake _Kakashi
Hatake _Kakashi: I believe in Free Will but I also believe in destiny and fate and how every choice we make leads us to that inevitable day of destiny where the destiny that was written out for us plays out
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RoyalTruthJustice
RoyalTruthJustice: Freewill was created in Ancient Greece, and was not part of Jesus (mythical character) teachings.
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Wikkaman
Wikkaman: Actually, Freewill wasn't created in ancient Greece, it was created at Le Studio‎, ‎Morin-Heights‎, Quebec and then released on January 14th 1980 on the album Permanent Waves by RUSH.
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ElysianDawn
ElysianDawn: im an atheist I belive in free will. people do what they want
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Gabe89
Gabe89: Wow you know your shit Arch... Rush for ever
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Jane Pan Woll
Jane Pan Woll: Strict determinism.
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Nnia00
Nnia00: Freewill
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Blackshoes
Blackshoes: They all apply ..You're free too choose', However : Our choice was made long before the foundation of the world
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RoyalTruthJustice
RoyalTruthJustice: Free Will is a paradox. A perfect God, all knowing, all powerful that created a DEVIL who choose the opposite of what the perfect God, all knowing, all loving, all powerful wanted. Right there people should realize the nonsense and wakeup. But no, people just keep believing and giving $ to the religious leaders who sell invisible ghosts.
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RoyalTruthJustice
RoyalTruthJustice: None. Religious dogma rules, because people need the comfort of mythical flying creatures, powerful churches with group think, and the notion of a heaven after death. Grow up. It's not reality, it's myth. Your life is short, live it, change the world, once you die, you are TOAST. Only one's profiting off you then are preachers, pimps and politicians, not necessarily in that order.
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Blackshoes
Blackshoes in reply to RoyalTruthJustice: That's your opinion Not knowing any better ! When a wise man looks around at the miracle of Life and the Universe He see the handily of God ..

"And from true lordship it follows that the true God is living, intelligent, and powerful; from the other perfections, that he is supreme, or supremely perfect. He is eternal and infinite, omnipotent and omniscient; that is, he endures from eternity to eternity; and he is present from infinity to infinity; he rules all things, and he knows all things that happen or can happen."
Isaac Newton
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Goddess Of Shadows
Goddess Of Shadows: How did a perfect good make evil beings knowingly or imperfect creations that have mutations that can kill them
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Goddess Of Shadows
Goddess Of Shadows: i meant god. Its like the idea this world is perfect in every way because god created it. This is the best of all possible worlds voltaire
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Wolfayas ice
Wolfayas ice in reply to Goddess Of Shadows: He didn't create them that way he supposedly gave them free will but I don't believe in Christianity
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Blackshoes
Blackshoes: I give you the answers . However :you'd just reject it !
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tstarr8481
tstarr8481: I thought it was right on !
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Catarina_mayumi
Catarina_mayumi: I believe in both. I believe we all have free will. But I also believe certain life decisions are made for us long before we choose them.
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Goerree
Goerree: Determination
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Sraddha
Sraddha: Yes!
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tstarr8481
tstarr8481: Einstein believed “Everything is determined, the beginning as well as the end, by forces over which we have no control. It is determined for the insect, as well as for the star. Human beings, vegetables, or cosmic dust, we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible piper..."...
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tstarr8481
tstarr8481: "Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance". – Nikola Tesla
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Srchng4Truth
Srchng4Truth in reply to tstarr8481: Deep!!
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tstarr8481
tstarr8481 in reply to Srchng4Truth: We only entertain the deep in these here parts.............*make her stop*......lols
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Joshua1701
Joshua1701: Scene about free will from the movie "Waking Life"
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Srchng4Truth
Srchng4Truth in reply to Joshua1701: Very deep!
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