atlashead Posted April 8, 2021 Share Posted April 8, 2021 this proof was constructed by myself alone (with bits I learned from Rand): 1. If you can imagine god or a superior being to you, you have theory of mind. A non-mind imagining another non-entity is a contradiction & proof of free will 2.Thinking, judging, acting, feeling are functions of the mind. To any function one can apply any number of combinations of functions. Thus you are both an absolute & finite. 3. From physics, every action has a cause & effect (disregard causal mechanics). There must be a mechanism of digesting reality & taking action. But there is no such proof of such mechanism. So that mechanism is you. A third point to free-will. (If there was a mechanism you'd live in two realities at once) Since you are aware only of reality & yourself, but there are 3(+?) proofs of freewill, either reality or your self should disappear when you set them equal. So free-will exists. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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