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Any ideas of free will is an illusion, a person can This is the belief that free will and There are three meanings to Free Will, these are: It comes in two varieties:
only act in the way that their genes and determinism are compatible. 1. HAVING A CHOICE -…

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UNIVERSAL CAUSATION - All events are Ghandi's desire to free India caused 3. VOLUNTARY ­ most behaviour is free and will ever occur, there cannot be an
predictable. With the increasing ability to him to fast. not due to reflexes, unlike someone who has deviation from the future.
account for…

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Personality is formed by genes and
environment and makes us more likely to
choose certain actions and not others.
2. MORAL SELF - Not empirical but an ethical
concept. It is used when faced with a moral
choice. Involves deciding between
self-interest and duty. The moral self can
overcome the…

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faster than B, But that doesn't mean that A will be
faster again. The argument here is that contingent
truths about the world make the future unpredictable.
We can't know the future from contingent truths.

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