I Don't Believe In Free Will

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    What I believe is that there's no "total free

    will", because to achieve this freedom you have to achieve to be free in your own mind, even against the worse conditions; this conditions that I didn't choose and this gifts and this barriers I was given, even within my DNA, also not chosen for me, but for the paths of my...
    oneiric13 oneiric13
    26-30, M
    Feb 28


    Humans love and have morals because we were shown love and taught morality as children. Humans loving and teaching other humans is the hallmark of our societies. Some people have a genetic (autism, psychological disorder, etc.) or other environmentally induced condition (possibly...
    nooneislikeme nooneislikeme
    Dec 17, 2012

    I have studied spiritualism ,

    i have considered philosophies like Taoism and Shamanism , Gnosticism , Athieism and even just science. I believe we make our own decisions but not out of free will . In fact i believe that without a living force , a brain , and an environment with systematic rules you might...
    shamanFlames shamanFlames
    41-45, M
    Nov 10, 2015

    Radomness, Freewill and Probability

    Although I Don't Believe In Free Will, I do not reject the presence of randomness in existence. I hope the distinction is clear. I am also having a hard time trying to get my mind around the concept of probability. Just because a coin has two sides, why is landing on one side as...
    AlbinoPolarBear AlbinoPolarBear
    22-25, M
    4 Responses Nov 22, 2008

    What Is Free Will based On Even?

    When I try to define free will it would be something that's beyond both feelings and experiences. My choices are based on feelings and thoughts, those thoughts which I have, taught to me by my surroundings. My biological make-up of my brain would also affect how I think. If I...
    MorganToste MorganToste
    1 Response Sep 30, 2013

    I Am A Determinist

    Free Will to me doesn't make any logical sense given what we scientifically know (ie. the entire field of psychology, sociology, anthropology). I hate how people take deterministic philosophy to be inherently pessimistic. Yeah in essence everything is predetermined/fated or...
    patsy2012 patsy2012
    1 Response Feb 23, 2011
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