Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy updates article on ‘Foreknowledge and Free Will’


“Fatalism is the thesis that human acts occur by necessity and hence are unfree,” philosopher Linda Zagzebski writes in the online Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. “Theological fatalism is the thesis that infallible foreknowledge of a human act makes the act necessary and hence unfree. If there is a being who knows the entire future infallibly, then no human act is free.”

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One response to “Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy updates article on ‘Foreknowledge and Free Will’

  1. goaloflifeadmin

    just the Basic Argument for Theological Fatalism killed me brain. 🙂

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