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PHI 107 Week 7 of notes

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Date Created: 03/19/16
PHI 107 Consequence Argument 1. We cannot change the Laws of Nature 2. We cannot Change the Past 3. I cannot change the Laws of Nature and the past 4. If determinism is true, then my present is a necessary consequence of the past + Laws of  Nature. 5. There is nothing I can do now to change the fact that my present actions are a necessary  consequence of the past and the Laws of Nature. 6. There is nothing I can do to change my present actions 7. If 6, then I have no ability to do otherwise Rule A: there is nothing anyone can do to change what is necessarily true.  Rule B: If there is nothing anyone can do to change ‘X’ and nothing anyone can do to change  the fact that ‘Y’ is a necessary consequence of ‘X’, there is nothing anyone can do to change ‘Y’ Can’t change ‘X’  Can’t change ‘X’, Then ‘Y’ Can’t change ‘Y’ PHI 107 March 3, 2016 Rational egoist­ somebody that reasons out that the best thing to do in a certain circumstance is always in their own favor Professor Plum kills Ms.White for rationally egoist reasons Case 1: Professor Plum is created by wacky neuroscientist philosophers. Otherwise he’s typical WPN manipulate him to reason rational egoistically in this case, and so he decides to kill  Ms.White. Case 2: Like Case 1 WPN creates PP, they manipulate him before birth to usually,but not always,  reason rational egoistically he does in this case Case 3: PP is an ordinary human born into a culture of rational egoist. By house and community he is  causally determined to reason as a rational egoist in this case. So he does. Case 4:  Determinism is true. PP is casually determined to reason rational egoistically, to kill MW and he  does. Indeterminism: Past and Laws of Nature are compatible with or greater than the future Event Causation 


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