Why Newton, Darwin, Freud and Einstein Rejected Free Will Belief
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Note: This group is for sale for $1.5 million. Hi everyone, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein -- four of our very top scientists arriving at their answer from three very different scientific fields -- concluded, we humans do not, in fact, have a free will. Let's explore why these great minds considered free will impossible, and how understanding the causal and unconscious nature of our human will can benefit us personally and societally. For more information on free will: Download a free pdf copy of my book Exploring the Illusion of Free Will, Second Edition here - https://archive.org/details/IllusionofFreeW ... Download a free pdf copy of my book Free Will: Its Refutation, Societal Cost and Role in Climate Change Denial here - http://files.meetup.com/1626947/fw.pdf Or visit my website at - http://causalconsciousness.com/ I hope you can join us. George Note regarding our Manhattan events: After having debated whether we humans do or don’t have a free will many dozens of times through this Meetup group during the eight years beginning April 7, 2010, although we will continue this debate format at our monthly White Plains meetings, our future Manhattan meetings, (unless otherwise noted) will all be devoted to exploring the personal and societal implications of our world coming to understand and accept that, as Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein -- four of our very top scientists arriving at their answer from three very different scientific fields -- concluded, we humans do not, in fact, have a free will. We will, of course, continue to welcome free will believers to our Manhattan meetings, but please offer arguments favoring a free will only at our White Plains meetings.