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Welcome to Breaking the Free Will Illusion for the Betterment of Humankind! Here you’ll find a whole lot of information and content about one of the most pervasive illusions in the world: Free Will! Also, for an in depth look, the book is currently out as an Amazon Kindle ebook and paperback!



Free Will Quiz (10 Yes/No Questions)


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10 Benefits of Not Believing in Free Will

In this article I want to focus, in the general sense, on 10 of the many benefits of not believing in free will as defined here, if one understands the reasons behind why it doesn’t exist and what such implies. You’ll notice that many of the below benefits interconnect with each other. So here we go… 10 Benefits […]

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Baking Pies from Ultimate Scratch – A Poor Free Will Analogy

An article in Psychology Today titled “Free Will à la Mode? Do you have free will? Can you bake a pie “from scratch”?”, philosopher Jim Stone used a blurb from Cosmos by Carl Sagan that says: “If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.” …in order to address two […]

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Neuroscientific Supporting Evidence Against Free Will

Some philosophers such as Alfred Mele think that people are jumping the gun on suggesting that the neuroscientific evidence against free will is sufficient for the conclusion that free will doesn’t exist. What they don’t seem to understand is that the neuroscientific evidence is just empirical supporting evidence that free will doesn’t exist. It is hardly […]

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Determinisme vs. Fatalisme InfoGraphic (DUTCH)

Emile at asked me a while back to create a Dutch version of my Determinism vs. Fatalism infographic so she could use for her site focused on Dutch speaking skeptics, but it seems she never ended up using it. I don’t want a translated version to go to waste so I’m placing it here on my website. […]

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