Psychology and Neuroscience

09/02/2019 — Part One: Defining Free Will, Hard Determinism

Free will and the Copenhagen interpretation

What do I mean by ‘free will’?

I think I am going for two different versions each with their own definition of free will: hard determinism and soft determinism.

‘My’ definition of ‘true’ free will (hard determinism) is that one can act or show behavior not bound to causality, that is, A follows B and B follows C, and so on. And even if…

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John von Neumann II, Polymath

John von Neumann II, Polymath

If you want to think like a genius, you first have to LEARN like a genius. I am born in the year 2000 and have been an autodidact my whole life. Lorenz Duremdes