Chisholm argues that human actions are not caused.He thinks that we are the first links in chains of cause and effect: Nothing causes us to act, and...
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Chisholm argues that human actions are not caused. He thinks that we are the

first links in chains of cause and effect: Nothing causes us to act, and we cause other things. This is supposed to be the source of free will. Do you think that it is plausible that our actions are not caused? 

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