태그 아카이브: free will

자유 의지의 문제

자유 의지 문제입니다. 우리 모두는 물리적 시스템이있는 경우, 물리학의 법칙에 순종, 모든 우리의 움직임과 정신 상태는 이전에 일어난 사건에 의해 발생. 무엇 때문에 발생하는 것은 완전히 원인에 의해 결정된다. 그래서 무엇이든 우리가 지금하고 다음 분에 할 것은 모든 사전 안수 선행 이벤트 및 원인에 의해, 우리는 그것을 제어 할 수 없습니다. 우리는 자유 의지를 가질 수있는 방법? 사실 나는 자유 의지에이 메모를 작성하고 있음 — 그것은 완전히 완전히 시간 태고의 사건에 의해 결정된다? 그건 바로 소리를하지 않습니다.

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Zen and Free Will

Neuroscience has a finding that may question the way we think of our free will.

We now know that there is a time lag of about half a second between the moment “우리” take a decision and the moment we become aware of it. This time lag raises the question of who is taking the decision because, in the absence of our conscious awareness, it is not clear that the decision is really ours. This finding has even cast doubt on our notion of free will.

In the experimental setup testing this phenomenon, a subject is hooked up to a computer that records his brain activities (EEG). The subject is then asked make a conscious decision to move either the right hand or the left hand at a time of his choosing. The choice of right or left is also up to the subject. The computer always detects which hand the subject is going to move about half a second before the subject is aware of his own intention. The computer can then order the subject to move that hand–an order that the subject will be unable to disobey, shattering the notion of free-will.

Free will may be a fabrication of our brain after the real action. 환언, the real action takes place by instinct, and the sense of decision is introduced to our consciousness as an afterthought. If we could somehow limit our existence to tiny compartments in time, as Zen suggests, then we might not feel that we had free will.

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