The Most Dangerous Idea: “You Do Not Have Free Will”

Philosophy and Humanity’s Most Dangerous Idea

I recently submitted a paper on inter-religious dialogue. The paper was accepted for publication but one comment made by one of the reviewers was disturbing. It was in response to this sentence in my paper:

Fruitful dialogue and relations between religions is possible only with a willingness to question…

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Philosophy professor reaching beyond the ivory tower and digging deeper. elmhurst.academia.edu/DouglasGiles, @DGilesPhd, InsertPhilosophyHere.com.

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Douglas Giles, PhD

Douglas Giles, PhD

Philosophy professor reaching beyond the ivory tower and digging deeper. elmhurst.academia.edu/DouglasGiles, @DGilesPhd, InsertPhilosophyHere.com.

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