Week 1_CheckPoint 1.1_Argument and Logic

Week 1_CheckPoint - Free Will Versus Derterminism The derterminism is the mere behavior of atoms in which are fully governed by physical law

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Free Will Versus Derterminism: The derterminism is the mere behavior of atoms in which are fully governed by physical law meaning; whatever is done by an atom has to be done, due to existing circumstances physical laws is the determining factor that will produce what each atom will do in an existing situation. As for free will, this is merely a human’s ability to do as they please freely at their own discretion. There is a belief that free will versus derterminism could possibly contradict one another. The contradiction between the two is that if determinism is the behavior in which atoms are fully governed by physical law, then how is it that we as human’s are able to have free will; and vice versa, if we were given free will then how is it possible that an atoms behavior is governed by physical laws entirely. However, I feel that both free will and determinism both work together in conjunction with each other. Free will in my opinion is an individual ability of choice; choosing what they will or will not do. Therefore, in any given
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course PSY 201 201 taught by Professor Peters during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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