Jun 17, 2022
This is the 200th episode of the podcast series and to celebrate this milestone, we will revisit some of the central and essential themes stretching throughout the past.
For today’s episode, Alex and Jason criticize some of the contemporary philosophies challenging the essential meaning of Free Will. We center around the discussion of David Hume's philosophical concept of “Voluntarist” free will, a stark deviation from the Creational wisdom of Free Will we come to embrace in this channel. We are also expanding enlightening contents for the human consciousness as we jointly explore the philosophies of man. This episode brings focus on drivers of choices. What is the catalyst of change? Change in itself is not exclusively determined by nature as the definition of nature in of itself means catalysts for creation. Change is only possible by the effects of Free Will, that is, taking action and decentralizing agents of Creation working hand in hand to move forward the progress of evolution.
Thus, we will learn that Free
Will is inextricably tied to awareness of responsibility. It is not
a deterministic agent of nature nor nature in itself an automatic
machinery of arbitrary consequences. Let us join Alex and Jason as
they revisit some discussion on Free Will and human nature.