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first reason for not believing in free will
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20th century A.J. Ayer accordance with deterministic act differently act otherwise actions are causally agent Aquinas argue argument Aristotle B.F. Skinner believing in free Cartesian dualism causally determined causally necessitated causes chapter character choices and actions choose otherwise Compatibilism Compatibilist compulsion conclusion consciousness contra-causal Dawkins Descartes determ determinism is true deterministic laws discussion effect excludes free exist fact factors false fatalism Fifth Reason freedom freewill genes Hard Determinism Hard Determinists Harry Frankfurt Hence Hobart Hobbes Holbach Hospers idea implies inism John Hospers laws of nature Leibniz Libertarianism machines matter of luck means mind moral responsibility motives necessitated in accordance necessity one's originative value ourselves past person philosopher physical predictable present programmed psychological question quotations rational Sartre Schlick scientific second-order desires second-order volitions selfish Selfish Gene sense Skinner Soft Determinism Soft Determinists someone Spinoza statement Strawson strongest desire things Thirteenth Reason truth