Free Will: Word of the Week

Free Will

The belief that human behavior is self-caused. The idea of free will assumes that there are external causes sufficient to explain why a person acts as he or she does. Actions, according to free-will theory, are ultimately chosen, even if the person choosing knows that the chosen action may bring about undesirable consequences. A fundamental assumption of the free-will theory is that it assumes that the commandments of God imply the ability of men and women to fulfill them.
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"I'm Sorry We Don't Have A Free Will And Why We Shouldn't Want One Either."