Posted by andreas from dtm2-t8-1.mcbone.net (126.96.36.199) on Monday, December 16, 2002 at 5:00PM :
In Reply to: I don't believe in free will posted by Lilly from ? (188.8.131.52) on Monday, December 16, 2002 at 4:53PM :
: There may be some relative forms of free will (chosing btwn limited choices), but there is no absolute form of free will... at least not on earth.
+++ I do believe in free will.
Has to do with idea of evolution.
Depending on the progress one makes in his/her individual etc development one pushes the limits of blind external determination fast forward, i.e. one opens new chances of mastering one's life etc., in short: one achieves free will, widens, broadens and envigorates free will.
+++ If "free will" had been given from the start start would violate the idea of freedom and this would be a contradictin in itself.
+++ Thus my approach is a dialectical and evolutional .... and very practical one.
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