Free Will and Determinism

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Universal Causation- If there is water on the kitchen floor, we assume there is a causal explanation of how the water got there, even if no one knows what it is. However, 'Every event has a cause' isn't an empirical view but, in principle, we could fine the cause to every event. 

Causual Necessity- If a pipe bursts in the kitchen, the floor would be wet. Our idea of causality includes the idea of regularity, that the same cause will operate…


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