- Aug 26, 2016
I only invoked god because usually free-will and belief in god go hand in hand. In either case, you have no free will, with or without a god.You invoked God, not me. If you can place arbitrary constraints on a being you don't believe in without having to explain yourself, I can surely lift those arbitrary constraints without having to explain myself.
I'll try my bestso inform them that they all got it wrong
Actually, by definition it has to reject it. Everything is cause and effect. Nothing is without cause and effect. Lol, "higher power". Right. You now have given yourself the burden of proof.If you have any ability to simply make a decision then there is no determinism. Full stop. You can interject your will into the flow of events that is causality and ultimately you can just remove yourself completely.
There you have libertarian free will.
Libertarian freewill doesn't reject cause and affect, but simply acknowledge freewill as a "higher" power.
Can you demonstrate why arguing that is stupid? Typical low IQ nonsense from somebody with no brain. This time you're on permanent block list. Ignoramus.
Oh my word. It's there in black and white.Uhm you just demonstrated my point. Are you confused or something.
Just because you might be ignorant of a subject doesn't mean that it doesn't apply to you.
And then the next level of stupidity - believing in an invisible fairy in the sky.
I should caveat that by saying, everything in the universe as we know it works by cause and effect. The universe itself? Who knows?interesting you say that, so what caused the universe?
I like where you're going with this. Now this is podracingso if there is an infinite amount of universes, then there are infinite amount of possibilities...
Haha. I've seen this one before. Having an infinite amount of outcomes does not mean any imaginable outcome is true.so if there is an infinite amount of universes, then there are infinite amount of possibilities...
Although, as we are still waiting on you to define free will, how can we be sure if we are believing, or not beleiving, in the right thing.
this is true, so the universe has a conscious and a will then?Haha. I've seen this one before. Having an infinite amount of outcomes does not mean any imaginable outcome is true.
You can have a infinite amount of shades of blue. It will never be red.
Math: There's an infinite amount of real numbers between 0 and 1. It will never be 2.