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Unformatted text preview: chose was longed for us, thus leaving us with no moral responsibility. Not following this certain condition would go against the laws of nature because we are not the master from following our fate. It is committed to the idea that if determinism is true, each of us may nonetheless be held morally responsible for actions or be credited with responsibility for actions. Furthermore, since we are such individuals that could have chose otherwise, but in the end, we are on a path for whatever choice we finally made. Thus, we are not responsible for the consequences of our actions. For however much desire we wish to change our decisions, the force within us can only influence these decisions. There is nothing that we could have done which would in any way control our actions; therefore, completely removing any moral responsibility we may have if our decisions have already been determined....
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- Fall '08