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Would you give up your free will?

Existential crisis: If promised everything you ever wanted (money, love, etc), would you give up your free will for it?

Poll Results

22.22%Yes ( 6 voters )
70.37%No ( 19 voters )
7.41%Not sure ( 2 voters )
Based On 27 Votes

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  1. No matter what one is given, one will never be at peace if their freedom is taken away. Giving up your freedom in exchange of material things is like imprisoning oneself. one becomes a property of another.

    No matter what one is given, one will never be at peace if their freedom is taken away. Giving up your freedom in exchange of material things is like imprisoning oneself. one becomes a property of another.

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  1. This is more of a personal philosophy than a question that would have a common ground. We’d have to establish what is free will and to what extent do I have control over it. What situation/predicament I’m I in in that particular moment? How much money(because no matter how much I love principal andRead more

    This is more of a personal philosophy than a question that would have a common ground.

    We’d have to establish what is free will and to what extent do I have control over it.

    What situation/predicament I’m I in in that particular moment?

    How much money(because no matter how much I love principal and morality, I’d do almost anything if I know with absolute certainty that I can example cure a family members terminal illness or even my own.

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  2. It is not possible for one to give up their free will because it is also free from our control. When we feel like we've given it away, it is actually our will to do so, which means we haven't given it out but instead just embraced an idea or experience that even our will wants. Giving it up can alsoRead more

    It is not possible for one to give up their free will because it is also free from our control. When we feel like we’ve given it away, it is actually our will to do so, which means we haven’t given it out but instead just embraced an idea or experience that even our will wants. Giving it up can also feel like surviving when we are meant to thrive.

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