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  • what is correct 'action' in which there is no will, no choice, no desire. is there such action?

    We say free will exists because i can choose between this and that, between this job and that job. I can go from England to France freely. So the idea of free will is cultivated, with a sense that human beings are free to choose. Why is there the necessity of choice at all ? If I am a Catholic, and so the whole significance of Catholicism with its abstractions, with its rituals, dogmas and so on, and i abandon that, why should i join something else ? Because when i have investigated this i have investigated all the religions. So choice must exist only when the mind is confused. When its clear there is no choice.

    4 AnswersPhilosophy8 years ago