Free Will Explained: How the Melody of Science and the Harmony of Philosophy Create a Beautiful Illusion
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Do we have free will? And if we don’t, why do we feel as if we do? Popular author Dan Barker examines the way we make choices in this world through his original concept of “harmonic free will”: a philosophy that acknowledges both the impersonal laws of cause and effect that govern our world, as well as our own independent volition-without ever seeing these two perspectives as contradictory.
|Dimensions||140 × 210 mm|
Dan Barker is a former-evangelical-preacher-turned-outspoken-atheist who, along with his wife Annie Laurie Gaylor, runs the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to the separation of church and state. He has written numerous articles for Freethought Today, an American freethought newspaper, and is also the author of Godless (Ulysses Press) and God: The Most Unpleasant Character in All Fiction (Sterling).
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