The debate, free will versus determinism, has been long debated for centuries. Free will is a concept that holds individuals responsible for the action and decisions of their lives. Adversely, other individuals believe one’s life is predetermined. For the purpose of this essay I will prepare dialogue between myself and philosopher Socrates. I will also define free will and determinism.
XXXXXX: Determinism is interpreted as the philosophical theory or doctrine in which an individual believes that action from humans are unavoidable; occurrences in nature are more than likely caused by preceding events or natural laws.
XXXXXX: Free Will is the ability of humans to express freedom; freedom to make …show more content…
I do not agree that every event has an explanatory cause. I would like to think it’s fair to say not every event or situation warrants an explanation. Let’s say, for example, God developed in mind or physically, Adam & Eve, also accommodated them a garden with every fruit, with the exception of forbidden fruits. In consequence, they disobeyed. A fair argument would be that there is no way to argue an explanatory cause in connection with Adam’s & Eve’s selection; free will came into existence.
XXXX: I’d say… birth, wedding and funerals would be examples of events…
XXXX: Explanatory cause would suggest behind every event that occurs has an explanation; to persuade an explanation for why events happen.
XXXXX: As referenced previously, I don’t agree with explanatory causes for events that happen in human life. Only selected events have an explanatory cause such as death, for example. Death was already predetermined at which time man was created.
XXXXX: Choices of humans is the ability to make sound decisions without influence, freedom of choice. In this day and age humans are held to the highest degree of responsibility for their own actions. Judicial systems have been put into place for this very reason. Events occur from human action or choices. Absolutely, Choice and events are completely