In Meditation 4, Descartes says that his will is infinite like God’s, but not his intellect. For example, I want you to try to imagine round squares. Squares cannot be round, of course, but you can still will it. Our will doesn’t even seem to be bound by logic. Descartes would take arguments like this to argue that we have free will.Does free will even exist? If yes, how do you know? If no, how do you know?Please write one original post and comment on two classmates’ posts.
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