- Nov 6, 2018
Funny how you embrace what isn't real the moment it becomes convenient. This is what I mean about people who say there's no meaning still behaving as if there is meaning, and why I consider arguments about determinism that have been grounded in choice to be BS. The psychology of subordinating subjectivity to objectivity is basically just a naive powergame.Sad but true indeed. We do give subjective meaning to things. It still doesn't mean that meaning we give isn't governed by determinism. Luckily for me, I subscribe to secular humanism. As such, I can say things like, this is wrong and that is bad or this is good and that shouldn't be allowed as it fits into a world view of sorts. Lest we forget, you cannot get an ought from an is.
I already did in post #173. Non-locality creates the necessary space to allow our decisions to bring about real changes to the state of the Universe.I would argue the opposite, it is people who believe in libertarian free will who need to provide evidence for their position. We either have complete and utter free will, or we don't. If you want to create a scenario or universe where both can exist simultaneously, please provide the evidence for such.