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Questions: Philosophy for Young People

Volume 7, Summer 2007

Ben Thompson
Pages 4-5
DOI: 10.5840/questions200774

Coping Without Free Will
An Examination into the Effects on a Belief System of the Rejection of Free Will

Argues that acceptance of one’s place in the natural world involves an acceptance of free will. Free will is also necessary for the continuation of a social society in that we need to accept the doctrine in order to administer justice.

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