Hi Johnny, thanks for your comment. A good point and something I considered while doing the research for this article. Although philosophers argue that only two of the points in the free will trilemma can be true, in reality, as you explained, there are ways to make all three statements compatible. But alas, philosophers love to make things difficult for themselves, and if the discussion and thinking were that easy, they’d be out of a job.

Either way, I appreciate you reading the article and leaving a comment.

Kind regards,

Adam De Salle

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Adam De Salle

Adam De Salle

I am a young writer interested in providing the intellectual tools to those in the political trenches so that they may fight their battles well-informed.

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