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Argument and Logic 1 Argument and Logic Ronda L. Brewer PHI/105 January 26, 2011 CHRISTOPHER ALLEN
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Argument and Logic 2 I have chosen the topic of free will versus determinism. This excerpt basically describes how there are two separate theories whether or not we as humans have free will or determinism. If we believe that we have free will then we would safely assume that, anything we do with our bodies is done because we have chosen to do so. If we do not however believe in free will and lean more towards the side of determinism, we would then believe that the atoms within our bodies do what they do because they have to do so. This would be due to physical law of determine. Argument is used simply in this excerpt. It states, “Unfortunately, (1) and (2) do not get along comfortably with each other” (Moore & Bruder, 2008). The argument states that there is no way that one can be able to honestly believe in both free will and determinism at the same time. That argument is true because these two are totally opposite theories of each other. The area where
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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