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Re: Exactly what is FREE WILL?

March 7th, 2012, 11:57 pm

If there is no such thing as free will, then there is no such thing as right and wrong, because you had no choice. Free will is choice.

Re: Exactly what is FREE WILL?

March 30th, 2012, 8:57 am

Xris wrote:Free will is a human concept so it must be flawed in the true sense but then if you have no values or preconceived ideas you would not be able to exert your will at all.


This is a great quote Xris, why are so many human concepts flawed?

Re: Exactly what is FREE WILL?

April 6th, 2012, 8:25 am

Xris wrote:
dparrott wrote:
Xris wrote:Free will is a human concept so it must be flawed in the true sense but then if you have no values or preconceived ideas you would not be able to exert your will at all.


This is a great quote Xris, why are so many human concepts flawed?
Parro.I believe perfection is impossible. Even if there was a god the concept would be questioned. Attempting to be as perfect as you can is sufficient.


So is perfection immposible for humans to attain? or anything to attain? Perhaps it is just another one of those over used adjectives used to describe things that seem perfect. Why do we have a concept of perfection if it does not exist?

Free will is will that is not confined or bound by anything. Free will exists the same way freedom in America exists. Are we truly free in this country to do whatever we want? No, but do we live in a free country? Yes. Is are will completly free to decide things for us? No. Do we have free will? Yes.

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