Libertarianism and Determinism are two compatible ideas and that it is possible to apply both beliefs without being logically inconsistent.
Ability to participate in the matters of the state such as exercising ones rights.
________ is rooted in the human person's self- determination and the exercise of intellect and will.
JEAN PAUL SARTRE
________ ABSOLUTE FREEDOM: freedom that embraces what he could not change, and in doing so, he creates his own meaning that enables him to transcend beyond his limiting situation.
● JEAN PAUL SARTRE
Individual Freedom ________ Humans possess individual freedom because they have the capability to choose what they want to do with their lives.
________ Both an intrinsic and extrinsic property of a human being.
Ignorance of Particular
Through ________ Circumstances ❖ FOR PLATO AND ARISTOTLE, free will or freedom is the ability to rule over ones desire through reason and virtue.
________ are in chains and have become bad due to the evil influence of society, civilization, learning, and progress.
________ ➔ He described free will as the ability to pursue reasons desires over the souls uncontrollable desires.
Modern Philosophers Modern
Freedom as defined by ________ philosophers came up with two unified assumptions: ➔ FIRST: Without belief in free will, there would be little reason for us to act morally.
● ST THOMAS AQUINAS Humans
________ are moral agent that acts upon the feelings of love.
________ ➔ ability to govern and discipline one's self with the use of reason ➔ often associated with wisdom and discernment According to: ● ARISTOTLE Freewill should be controlled by those who are virtuous to prevent the dehumanization of people.
________ is freedom in itself.
term social contact
The ________ "is a way of looking at a society of voluntary collection of agreeable individuals.
Power of Volition ➔ It
The ________ is within the power of everyone to be good or bad, worthy or worthless.
THOMAS HOBBES ➔ Freedom
________ is the ability of an individual to act freely when he does what he wants to do or he realizes what he sees as being beneficial to him.
RENE DESCARTES ➔ Freedom
________ is possible only as an aspect of mind, which is undetermined and categorically separate from the body.
________ requires a degree of control from the person who exercises it.
________ is understood as the power to be what you want to be and the ability to decide and create yourself.
B.F. SKINNER TOTAL DETERMINISM
freedom is just an illusion for in reality, man is only conditioned to act or behave in a certain manner according to his environment
JEAN-PAUL SARTRE ABSOLUTE FREEDOM
freedom that embraces what he could not change, and in doing so, he creates his own meaning that enables him to transcend beyond his limiting situation
Free will seems difficult to reconcile with what we know about the world
ISAIAH BERLIN ➔ There are two types of freedom
positive freedom and negative freedom
This is borne out of
◆ Our inner awareness of an aptitude to do right or wrong; ◆ The common testimony of all human beings; ◆ The reward and punishment of rulers; and ◆ The general employment of praise and blame
"Existence precedes essence"
he has the ability to choose what the purpose of his life will be and the course that his life will take
PRUDENCE ➔ ability to govern and discipline one's self with the use of reason ➔ often associated with wisdom and discernment According to
● ARISTOTLE Freewill should be controlled by those who are virtuous to prevent the dehumanization of people