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User avatar #197 - notsureifanon (08/27/2013) [-]
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#170 - fefe (08/27/2013) [+] (2 replies)
It's easy to demonstrate that free will is possible: for instance, I can kill myself or set fire to a bible. These things, no one can control without physical intervention, but even within the chambers of my mind I can envisage ruminations of free will. Yet, (as you can probably deduce by my burning bible statement) I am not saying that my belief in free will is rooted in any form of theology, but purely from the use of reason.
#136 - peteflintonbass (08/27/2013) [-]
clever. Perhaps too clever
#123 - fefe (08/27/2013) [-]
So the invention of the concept of free will is predetermined?
#69 - RageGuyyourmom (08/26/2013) [-]
If its predetermined its almost worse than freely committing a crime, I mean if its determined it means youre most likely to **** up and do something like it again.
User avatar #26 - Tyranitar (08/26/2013) [-]
Try this one

If time travel to the future were ever made possible, wouldn't that prove predetermination?
#192 - protroller (08/27/2013) [-]
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User avatar #102 - hellspawner (08/27/2013) [+] (2 replies)
You people are ******* retarded.
#125 to #102 - carlonord ONLINE (08/27/2013) [-]
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#1 - BloodyTurds ONLINE (08/26/2013) [-]
I've always felt this way.. Its funny how people react to hearing it though
User avatar #74 - ultimatebadass (08/27/2013) [-]
unless it's a fixed point in time, or you know it's going to happen (ex.read it in a book written in the future) then it can be changed. source - doctor who
User avatar #23 - randyh (08/26/2013) [-]
so the question asked was : IS THERE A SAUCE?
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