Plenty of philosophers have rejected the idea of fatalism with the new findings of quantum mechanics, but what if I told you the main philosophical problems could be accounted for and fatalism would still be on the table? This would certainly make thinking logically about the progression of the universe a lot easier, and would certainly do materialism a favor. What exactly is fatalism, determinism, compatibilism, and libertarian free will? Well, our ideas of free will seem to be embedded on us at birth. Either we take the idea from certain other humanistic behaviors, such as that of certain religions which use it as a foundation, or we genetically believe it to be the case. Either way, believing in free will is an almost human universal. I won't go too deep into the argument for free will, but there are three basic stances on the free will issue. You have the philosophers who believe in determinism, compatibilism, and libertarian free will. Libertarian free will
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