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Theoretical physicist: Physics has made huge strides, but has not upset free will

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George Ellis:

If you seriously believe that fundamental forces leave no space for free will, then it’s impossible for us to genuinely make choices as moral beings. We wouldn’t be accountable in any meaningful way for our reactions to global climate change, child trafficking or viral pandemics. The underlying physics would in reality be governing our behaviour, and responsibility wouldn’t enter into the picture.

Theoretical physicist defends free will” at Mind Matters News

One Reply to “Theoretical physicist: Physics has made huge strides, but has not upset free will

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    BobRyan says:

    To argue against free will, as the Darwinists must do, is to limit their own arguments to nothing more that mechanical actions with no real thought behind them. Their arguments have no merit, since they do not believe merit exists. They limit themselves, which devalues every point they try to make.

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