Determinism and Free Will Paradox

We think our will is free while doing some things, but what if this is an illusion?
let me summarize the issue as follows
The laplace determinism, which the chebyshev master also speaks of, and classical physics in general speak of the strictly defined cause-and-effect relationships in the universe. these relationships have no alternative. every atom behaves the same every time, if we rewind and replay the universe billions of times. The absence of an alternative, of course, destroys free will.

but the main thing to consider is that the absence of determinism does not prove the existence of free will. The free will advocates make a big mistake by making claims that their arguments are strengthened by the quantum physics that demolishes classical determinism. Let's explain immediately: Sixty percent probability I will sing a song before completing this sentence. As you heard, I told you already. am i free will now? Firstly, with "my will" or the divine force inside, I cannot influence these possibilities, so there is no will in part. second, even if my first thesis is wrong, even a 1 percent out-of-will option proves that I have no free will.
that is, my will is free in 99 percent of a certain time period, but we cannot say that I may experience performance problems because update processes are performed in one percent. From this point of view, there is no free will whether there is determinism or not, because genetic and environmental conditions leave a narrow playing field for our consciousness - at best.

I actually do not think that this playground is also left. our brain has a system, inputs and outputs. but unlike an engineer, we have the impression that we created the inputs ourselves, since we can only look at this system from a bird's eye view. Let's be careful, the input here is not only environmental factors, but also our subconscious, genes, and memory are the inputs of our consciousness. If we are a system connected to these inputs and we cannot control the inputs, let alone control all of them, how can we talk about freedom? That little playground that is left to ourselves is an illusion, sir, whether the system is classic, probabilistic determinist, in no case involves willpower.
Let's make things a little more interesting for those who have read so bored here and say I already knew them
We link the concept of free will to our consciousness. no one explicitly mentions the consciousness and will of a virus or that of an ant. but things are getting complicated about the dog (who said I forgot, "there are two types of people in the world: those who believe that dogs have souls and those without dogs"). Chimpanzees are more than conditioning and imitation, there are thousands of experiments that show that they are really "smart", and of course, the transition from chimpanzee to human may also contain increasingly intelligent intermediate species. what we can understand from here is that consciousness is not black or white, it has degrees. we can also talk less about free will in animals with little awareness.

If I have not objected to this until now, then we can add that: the only possible source of the difference in level of consciousness between me and a chimpanzee should be minor biological differences. The more complex our cortex, the more "original" being we become. That is to say, consciousness is nothing more than the degree of complexity of neuron connections. but when you look at the neurons one by one, they are all just stupid voltage amplifiers. If the voltage difference in an input is above a certain level, electricity is transmitted. how come consciousness comes out of them? "It means that there must be something mystical, there must be love that is the essence of the universe, and that is what gives us this power."
Let's explain this problem as follows. It is known that simple structures come together within the framework of simple rules and create systems that contain complex features. in this respect, the ant is a good example. An ant, just like a neuron, is a simple and limited system. but when a herd comes together, they can accomplish very complex work by simply monitoring each other's smells. It has been observed that the colony responds to various effects, moreover these are some sort of smart answers. But when there is a decrease in the number of ants, the intensity of the odors used to follow each other decreases and the colony, which you can swear to have a consciousness, albeit simple, dissolves instantly !!! (a very important result, but three exclamations would save) Let's set up the analogy with the brain and see how strong the results of this theory are.

The main thesis of the godel escher bach luminous masterpiece is that the patterns of these systems under certain conditions and these patterns can also create a "character". These conditions are conditions such that the system is related to the outside world, has a self-reference feature, and can adapt thanks to complex feedback mechanisms. that is, a very complex computer program or a sensor network may also have little awareness, albeit at a much lower level than ours.

All this is now compatible with both types of determinism. So ultimately, if consciousness is gradually a name given to certain organizations of atoms and these atoms act according to the rules of physics, there is no free will in the sense we understand! First, both these laws of physics function in a deterministic way, even if it is probabilistic, and there is no room in this system as if it were a separate entity from the system. The only defense of free will at this point is that the consciousness created by the complex relations of atoms mystically influence the laws of physics that regulate the functioning of these atoms, even such an absurd theory is not sufficient reason to free the will in the presence of probabilistic determinism.


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