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Does Science Leave Room for Free Will?
The scientific worldview has demonstrated the impossibility of free will.
Naturalism and the scientific worldview necessitate a deterministic worldview and by extension the rejection of free will.
There are more assumptions made in arguments for Free Will (Requirement for a soul, requirement for humans to not be affected by determinism like the rest of the universe, etc) than there are assumptions made arguing against Free Will. Occam's Razor: Free Will doesn't exist.
Scientific and serious research done by Behaviour Analysis confirms that we respond to the world, thus proving that
free will doesn't exist
Because the scientific method requires claims about the world to be falsifiable, it leaves no room for free will in its worldview.
The existence of free will is compatible with science because science is skeptical on metaphysical issues such as whether or not 'free will' exists.
The scientific world view has not succeeded in ruling out a
conception of the free will.
definition of free will, the existence of free will is compatible with a naturalistic/scientific worldview.
Free will lets us override our involuntary reactions that evolved for efficiency.
Quantum Mechanics supports the existence of free will.
The neuroscience knows too little about the human brain to make statements regarding the subject.
Science has not yet provided us with the mechanism through which consciousness is generated and can therefore not speak to the availability of choice therein.
Science has not demonstrated the impossibility of anything, except logical impossibilities. Free will is not ruled out by logic, so no amount of scientific evidence can rule it out. Therefore, this debate question is not very useful.
Science has made possible the majority of pursuasive arguments against free will. But has not "Demonstrated it's impossiblity"
There are forms of human behavior that science cannot account for deterministically.
Science only proves that will must have a cause. Just because something is caused does not make it non-free.
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