Friday, October 14, 2005

Free Will?


4 Comments:

At 11:55 AM, Blogger Enric said...

First I don't consider "free will" to be a religious concept, but a capability of human beings. It is a limited capability based on our physical and mental limitations and the accuracy of knowledge at any point in time. BTW, when looking for free will and finding preconditions, free will is being used to look. Free will or volition is the essence of being alive, learning, consciousness and what makes us us.

 
At 12:26 PM, Blogger Nathan Peters said...

Very interesting thoughts. On the God thing, I totally agreed with you. Whether you believe or not totally influences your life. Let's say you believe God is just going to take care of you so you don't go to college (this might bea bad example) and then end up working for $8.00 / hour for the rest of your life because you thought that someone was just going to hand life to you. Let's say you don't believe in God and now you go to college because you know noone is going to hand you anything and now you live a life where you make considerably more than $8.00 an hour because you took matters into your own hands. On the free will : I've often found that I do have free will but to exercise it requires a great amount of energy because it's so easy to not make a decision and just take the easiest path.

 
At 11:01 AM, Blogger Aaron the Truck Driver said...

Go left, he split after the old testament.

The Devil is still hanging around though.

+nice video's!

 
At 12:58 PM, Blogger kittie11 said...

Well as far as God, i know 100% w/ out a shaddow of doubt he is real, and if he isn't well i have nothing to loose.
as far as free will. well the government has pretty much took that away. but they took it away because the ppl who abuse it. i dunno man, its a tuff one.

 

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