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Nimi 10 months ago
There is no basis on which Aristotle can argue that the universe is contingent, and if the universe is the effect of a necessary cause, and if that cause is deterministic, then the universe is not in fact contingent, but every bit as necessary as its cause. So Aristotle's necessity requires both agency and free will in order to posit contingency as a category. Without agency and free will, no thing can have been one way or another, it could only be what it
Feran 10 months ago
I'm pretty sure you worked very hard, and it wasn't easy

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