|Self, confronting evil|
I just read Boston Review's excellent discussion on determinism (especially biological), free will, and moral responsibility. "Does the fact that biology determines more of our thinking and conduct than we had previously imagined undermine the notion of free will? And does this possibility in turn undermine, if not entirely destroy, our ability to hold people accountable for their actions?"
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I'm looking at the last week in August - probably a Saturday morning at Panera Bread here in Monroe.
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