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Philosophical Conundrums Part 3

This is another letter I sent to Littlejohn, discussing freedom. Sunday, Nov 9, 2008 Dear Littlejohn, I know this is a rather delayed reply, but I wanted to take a while to give what you said due consideration.  I appreciate … Continue reading

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Philosophical Conundrums – Part 2

Here is Littlejohn’s response to the email I sent him. Saturday, October 4, 2008 Dear Jason: It is nice to hear from you. My time is, in fact, limited and it is difficult for me to fit you in, much … Continue reading

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Philosophical Conundrums Part 1

Here’s a philosophical problem I cannot figure out for the life of me.   It’s times like these when you just have to find some help.  I decided to send an email to the smartest man I know, Littlejohn. 10/4/2008 Thoughts … Continue reading

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In Search of Free Will

Freedom is a complicated notion, and many people wonder if human beings have a ‘free will’ at all.  Is there any way to prove, rationally, that free will exists?  If so, what is it? Many complicated problems arise.  A lot … Continue reading

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Decision Making

Making a decision, and sticking with it, can be one of the most difficult things to do in life. Oftentimes people just can’t decide what to do with themselves, and don’t understand why others seem to have no trouble. This … Continue reading

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