Saturday, October 17, 2015


Free will comes from arbitrary contingency, which is not against the law of nature.

It is granted in the sense that it is non-trivial. Thus, triviality is the essential law against this form of will.

Thus, there may even be exceptions to the requirement for non-triviality.

But the non-trivial determination is also against the will.

Thus, from our standpoint, the will involves the trivial determination first, and non-trivial
will second. For simple purposes, the will is simply a form of determination.

But, the concept of arbitrary contingency (ambi-directionality), suggest that it is more.

The will may also  be called arbitrary critique or arbitrary reformation.

It exists for example, when preferences involve the selection of a context amongst
an arbitrary number of contexts, not interpreted as mathematically arbitrary, but rather,
in terms of the simultaneous existence of multiple values which may be seen as equivalent,
or alternately, in which a lesser value may be selected arbitrarily for or against pleasure.

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