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John Hild van Inwagen states that free will is impossible because it is incompatible with determinism and indeterminism. Free will must be the primary objective of the individual. If you have premeditated something it can’t be free will because one is
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Unformatted text preview: determined to do something. If determinism is true, there are exterior factors that in some way alter the primary objective of an individual; therefore proving free will is contrary to this belief....
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This document was uploaded on 10/10/2008.

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