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Accept as true or valid
Supported or helped
A person who believes in the doctrine of free will
The strong need to have something / essential
Implying a cause-and-effect relationship
A thing that logically must be so.
Denies that human beings have the power to choose
Incompatibism is true, and determinism is true, so we do not have free will
An example that proves a statement false
An especially original, intelligent, or clever idea
Study of the functions an organism performs.
Cause to happen
Not obstructed or hindered
Something that gets in the way of a goal
Standard used in judging
The view that Determinism and Compatibilism are true.
Something that is assumed or taken for granted without conclusive evidence
To escape or avoid
The belief that not all events are causally determined, but may result from human choice.
Restrictions placed on potential solutions to a problem
Logical or sensible
Mind / thoughts have no casual impact on behavior
Can be believed; reasonable
The smallest amount possible of a physical property
to claim or assume the existence or truth of something
Unpredictable movement from one time period to the next
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