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Free Will Explained: How Science and Philosophy Converge to Create a Beautiful Illusion

Free Will Explained: How Science and Philosophy Converge to Create a Beautiful Illusion

Written by:
Dan Barker
Narrated by:
Dan Barker
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Release Date
September 2019
Duration
4 hours 42 minutes
Summary
A compelling essay on free will from an internationally recognized authority on atheism, and author of God: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction.

Do we have free will? And if we don’t, why do we feel as if we do? In a godless universe governed by impersonal laws of cause and effect, are you responsible for your actions? Former evangelical minister Dan Barker (God: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction) unveils a novel solution to the question that has baffled scientists and philosophers for millennia. He outlines the concept of what he calls “harmonic free will,” a two-dimensional perspective that pivots the paradox on its axis to show that there is no single answer—both sides are right. Free will is a useful illusion: not a scientific, but a social truth. 
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