miércoles, 31 de julio de 2013

Free will and "it was not me”

The believer in free will, when something goes wrong, it becomes an unfair irresponsible saying, "Not me."

Being humble is a matter of luck and, in turn, to believe in luck you will be lucky.

Not everyone is lucky enough to believe in luck because a majority believes that "Will is power" and, therefore, makes superhuman efforts to have as much power as he wants. Unfortunately not always have as much power as you want and, before this misfortune, not lucky enough to think that "Will is power" is a phrase wrong: you are unlucky enough to think that the phrase is fine but something was wrong.

To believe that we have no free will have to be lucky.

Those who believe in determinism assume that each event is inexorably led a range of factors beyond our control, which coincidentally came together to cause my decisions, my actions, my thoughts.

Those who believe in free will hardly be humble because they are always exposed to thinking that made ​​and unmade, control everything, that everything can.

Of course humans are not powerful enough to handle such responsibility. On the contrary, if anything we differ from other animals is that we are far more vulnerable than others.

Those who have the misfortune to believe in free will have no choice but to face a leadership that is deliciously intoxicating side and on the other is unbearably oppressive.

Faced with this grief, and since there's no other alternative, the believer in free will, when he sees that also should take care of what goes wrong, then it becomes an unfair irresponsible. Quickly says: "I ​​was not."

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): El libre albedrío y «yo no fui».
(Este es el Artículo Nº 1.957)

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