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To put this simply: You go back in time and watch yourself without interfering; If you believe that you will watch yourself do the exact same things, then you shouldn't believe in free will
Term 'free will' implies there is something of which to be free, so the very phrase assumes potential constraints the will. Constraint source (i.e.: 'natural' - deterministic, physics, etc. or 'supernatural' - Creator, intelligent design, etc.) changes the nature of your argument.
Free will is a meaningless concept.
Does a mechanical process that always reaches the same conclusion based on the same inputs have free will? Does a fair die roll have free will? Free will implies something entirely outside of those two options.
We do have a choice in how we respond to the world around us. And by actively acknowledging this choice, and our responsibility, we can learn better mastery over our ability to choose our response.
Man's Search for Meaning, Victor Frankel
By what definition of "free will"?
Determinism is the philosophical position that for every event, including human action, there exist conditions that could cause no other event.
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People receive "inputs" from the environment through life, but they can't choose which "inputs " to receive .
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