Why does quantum physics end the free will debate?
Quantum physics is the branch of physics that discusses microscopic objects, especially atoms and their components. It is distinguished from classical physics, which studies macroscopic objects.
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Quantum physics does not "end the free will debate" as such, mostly it gives evidence to support random events. For example, radioactive...
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Philosopher William James asserted the concept of indeterminism, whereby all events are not predetermined, contrary to determinism where there is a single, fixed course of events. Examine his theories of determinism, materialism, and choice.