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This is the sixteenth book by author I. M. Probulos. Known for his academic yet easily understood style, it is no wonder that his books such as the Statistical Theory of Everything, The 12 Unthinkable Horrors, and How to Speak Fluent Atheist, Agnostic and Secular Humanist, are consistently in the top twenty under agnosticism on Amazon. With hundreds of examples I. M Probu This is the sixteenth book by author I. M. Probulos. Known for his academic yet easily understood style, it is no wonder that his books such as the Statistical Theory of Everything, The 12 Unthinkable Horrors, and How to Speak Fluent Atheist, Agnostic and Secular Humanist, are consistently in the top twenty under agnosticism on Amazon. With hundreds of examples I. M Probulos explores the illusion of free will and explains in succinct and clear terms the reason for his position. As part of the Book of Lists series, this book includes over 30 lists, but it much more than that. It has a very clear narrative and perspective and its goal is to define exactly what the illusion of free will means and the issues involved. This book has been thoroughly researched and includes findings from psychology, genetics, neurobiology, quantum physics, and numerous other sources to back up the author’s deterministic view of the universe. The first point is that making a choice and having free will are two, entirely separate issues; second, it explores numerous approaches to the concept of free will, third, it includes numerous scenarios and examples of deterministic behavior, fourth, the author lists positive determinist behaviors, and finally, there are numerous additional resources including books, debates, internet articles, and even some competing information. The author posits the concept that we can be positive causal ramjets. The concept of a ramjet is simple–since it operates by air intake, the faster it goes, the more oxygen it takes in, and the faster it goes. So the deterministic argument against “if everything is determined, why do anything?” or “if I am just a robot then why not just go home and sit on the couch?” is that, for one, nothing changes about choices or activity in a causal world, and two, we want to cascade as many positive and beneficial causal events as possible and minimize the negative. In addition to having this on your Kindle to read anytime, you can download this E-book to your personal computer, Android phone or iPad. There will surely be updates so compare the version number and date in the very front of your version to the one posted on Amazon, They only sends out notices where there is a major change so currently updating your book is a manual process. I hope you enjoy this E-book and if so, please share it with your friends. You can help support the work of I. M. Probulos by purchasing his other Kindle books on Amazon.com and providing positive feedback. You can contact him at his website: www.improbulos.com. You can also follow him on Twitter @improbulos.


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This is the sixteenth book by author I. M. Probulos. Known for his academic yet easily understood style, it is no wonder that his books such as the Statistical Theory of Everything, The 12 Unthinkable Horrors, and How to Speak Fluent Atheist, Agnostic and Secular Humanist, are consistently in the top twenty under agnosticism on Amazon. With hundreds of examples I. M Probu This is the sixteenth book by author I. M. Probulos. Known for his academic yet easily understood style, it is no wonder that his books such as the Statistical Theory of Everything, The 12 Unthinkable Horrors, and How to Speak Fluent Atheist, Agnostic and Secular Humanist, are consistently in the top twenty under agnosticism on Amazon. With hundreds of examples I. M Probulos explores the illusion of free will and explains in succinct and clear terms the reason for his position. As part of the Book of Lists series, this book includes over 30 lists, but it much more than that. It has a very clear narrative and perspective and its goal is to define exactly what the illusion of free will means and the issues involved. This book has been thoroughly researched and includes findings from psychology, genetics, neurobiology, quantum physics, and numerous other sources to back up the author’s deterministic view of the universe. The first point is that making a choice and having free will are two, entirely separate issues; second, it explores numerous approaches to the concept of free will, third, it includes numerous scenarios and examples of deterministic behavior, fourth, the author lists positive determinist behaviors, and finally, there are numerous additional resources including books, debates, internet articles, and even some competing information. The author posits the concept that we can be positive causal ramjets. The concept of a ramjet is simple–since it operates by air intake, the faster it goes, the more oxygen it takes in, and the faster it goes. So the deterministic argument against “if everything is determined, why do anything?” or “if I am just a robot then why not just go home and sit on the couch?” is that, for one, nothing changes about choices or activity in a causal world, and two, we want to cascade as many positive and beneficial causal events as possible and minimize the negative. In addition to having this on your Kindle to read anytime, you can download this E-book to your personal computer, Android phone or iPad. There will surely be updates so compare the version number and date in the very front of your version to the one posted on Amazon, They only sends out notices where there is a major change so currently updating your book is a manual process. I hope you enjoy this E-book and if so, please share it with your friends. You can help support the work of I. M. Probulos by purchasing his other Kindle books on Amazon.com and providing positive feedback. You can contact him at his website: www.improbulos.com. You can also follow him on Twitter @improbulos.

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