Tuesday, June 27, 2017
freedom and necessity
Kant invoked as support for the concept of free will, hence, the ability to make a moral decision. The intelligible is supposed to exist in a realm that transcends the senses. It's pure reason with a practical twist. It isn't affected by nature and yet makes decisions related to creatures of nature, the old intellect/biology routine. If one acts according to nature as opposed to a reason which transcends the world of the senses, is one truly free? Determinism suggests one acts according to one's nature. One is a physical being, with a mind, in a material world.
The doctor injected cortisone into Lohbado's left shoulder so Lohbado will experience less pain when reading heavy books.
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