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Explain and illustrate two ways of distinguishing actions from bodily movement

The main distinction between actions and bodily movements is that an action had a reason to occur whereas a bodily movement is caused. Actions have reasons, which we have in our intentions or
desires that can be justified whereas…

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Explain and illustrate the distinction between determinism and fatalism

Determinism is the view that a determinate set of conditions can only produce one outcome given fixed laws of nature. Fatalism is the concept that all events are predetermined and any attempt to
change the future is futile.

Determinism is about…

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