Phil the Philosopher (3) Free Will
Essentially, what this is asking is does the assortment of our atoms determine our will.
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Phil the Philosopher, An omnipotent paradox. Ep:2
, I tried to make it so.
That's very thought-provoking.
, i Agree :>
its not exactly about particles and atoms, its about how they are arranged, now our brain stores information in forms of pattern, depending on that info, the multiple perspective of your self that contains information in different parts of your brain,decides what you really wish for, its like a conference/meeting that takes place in your brain. but that bring another question. if there are multiple parts of your brain that could process differently from one another, then which part of it is the real you?
it is the will to survive and adapt to our surroundings but as we evolved our surroundings changed and more things had to be considered and etc lol i dunno i help
ah we are god duh
So are you both saying that whatever event arises in one's life, it can change the brain's will and action?
I would have to partially agree with
but other people could see it as everything that you do is programmed so if you think of it that way (which i dont) no free will is not possible
Who knows? Not me.
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