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Comparing Determinism And Free Will

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Determinism claims that all human behavior or actions are predictable due to preceding factors such as laws of science and antecedent events. Correspondingly, it could be said that these actions are caused by the environment-more specifically in physical and psychological reinforces and punishments.
On the other hand, free will is the “ability to make choices without any prior prejudice, inclination, or disposition”, [1] or to impute to effort whilst being morally responsible for those actions.
By comparing both definitions, determinism and free will, we could acknowledged that both terms fail to correspond. But if future events can be pre-determined, this means that humans have no complete freedom to make their own choices. Determinism
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