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A Cause Cannot Have Multiple Possible Effects – Infographic

A Cause Cannot Have Multiple Possible Effects An assessment that ties into the free will debate! If X is both the cause of Y and not the cause of Y (e.g. of Z instead), X is self-contradictory. Self-contradictions are logically impossible X cannot logically be both the cause of Y and not the cause of […]

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Consciousness Can Exist without Free Will

A common mistake associated with the idea of free will not existing is people thinking such follows to the conclusion that consciousness doesn’t exist either (Yes, I’ve had numerous people argue consciousness can’t exist without it). This, however, does not follow. There’s mounds of evidence for consciousness, and none for free will (the ability to […]

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Kindle Countdown Deal – Breaking the Free Will Illusion…

…for the Betterment of Humankind! For a limited time the Kindle version of Breaking the Free Will Illusion for the Betterment of Humankind will be having an awesome deal (amazon.com and amazon.co.uk only). Starting Thursday January 29 @ 8AM PST and ending Thursday February 5th at 12AM PST (or midnight on Wednesday), the Kindle version will […]

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“Is Logical” is Not “Will Act Logically” – So What’s a Philosopher to Do?

In my book Breaking the Free Will Illusion for the Betterment of Humankind I make a logical case against free will (I prove a negative through proof of impossibility). I then go on to explain that if (the majority of) people understand this logical case, and if they understand what follows from such and act accordingly, the […]

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Burden of Proof for the Free Will Debate – INFOGRAPHIC

Some people confuse where the “Burden of Proof”  actually is with the free will debate. The Burden of Proof places the onus on the person making a claim to justify that claim with evidence. Some seem to think that because people experience a feeling of free will, that they don’t hold a Burden of Proof. This […]

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