You must have Credits on your Balance to download this sample
the concepts of determinism, compatibilism, and libertarianism
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Student’s Name Course Title Name of Professor Date of Submission Analyzing the Concepts of Determinism, Libertarianism, and Compatibilism Introduction All individuals embrace an ethical point of view of what is moral and immoral, right and wrong. An ethical point of view on life defines people in most cases as rationally and morally conscientious beings.
Moreover, it is a difficult theoretical issue with regards to different worldviews that individuals hold. This essay discusses, compares and contrasts, and analyzes the concepts of determinism, libertarianism, and compatibilism. The last section discusses the best perspective among the three. Comparison and Contrast Philosophers have long debated the nature of free will. Three schools of thought have emerged from this debate: determinism, libertarianism, and compatibilism. Determinism is defined as the belief that for every occurrence there are circumstances which guarantee that nothing else could occur. One variety of determinism describes it as the belief that every occurrence is caused by prior occurrences and the important conditions needed for the creation of that occurrence. Every occurrence is the inevitable consequence of a series of occurrences resulting in that occurrence.1 Hard determinism supports libertarianism in claiming that determinism is irreconcilable with free will. Hard determinists refute the presence of free will and libertarianists believe in the existence of free will and rejects determinism as regards human freedom. ...
Not exactly what you need?