by Robert Gulack There once was a man who was certain that he was always right. He could prove it, he said – because, to the best of his knowledge, he had never been wrong. Well, we are all the prisoners of our individual perspectives. This man was merely an extreme example of the phenomenon. […]
Let us make up a myth to provide ourselves with moral backbone. As long as we are careful to bear in mind that it is a myth, the overall effect should be positive.
Robert Gulack assembles all the available evidence, which has piled higher and higher in the last 100 years, to refute the notion of free will.