Determinism challenges free will because determinism says things are already determined by the past event

150 words response to these 2 peers. very easy and simple. due in 15 min. peer 1:  (Shelby Sutton)  Question A: Determinism challenges free will because determinism says things are already determined by the past event. Determinism the claim that all events are the necessary result of previous causes” (Lawhead 2018). “Libertarianism the thesis that we do have metaphysical freedom; a rejection of determinism” (Lawhead 2018). Libertarianism thinks there are choices and things can change due to your event. Free will is an illusion because most things in life there are only so many options. Therefore, are options are predetermined. Question B: “Compatibilism, the thesis that we are both determined and have the sort of freedom necessary to be morally responsible for our actions; sometimes called soft determinism” (Lawhead 2018). Compatibility explains moral responsibility better because it questions that something that is predetermined things could result in if the person had a choice or not. Works Cited Lawhead, William. The Philosophical Journey: An Interactive Approach. Available from: VitalSource Bookshelf, (7th Edition). McGraw-Hill Higher Education (US), 2018  peer 2: Emily Champion  Question A: Determinism challenges free will because determinism says things are already determined by the past event. Libertarianism thinks there are choices and things can change due to your event. Free will is an illusion because most things in life there are only so many options. Therefore, are options are predetermined. Question B: Compatibilism explains moral responsibility better because it questions that something that is predetermined things could result in if the person had a choice or not. Questioning someone’s choice because of a barrier put in place.

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