Determinism and Free Will with Arthur Young
Thinking Allowed with Jeffrey Mishlove

Free will and purpose are not inconsistent with a universe subject to law. In fact, says Arthur Young, free will would be ineffective without a determinate world to act upon. Young, philosopher and inventor of the Bell helicopter, discusses the difference between determinism--the belief that everything acts according to law--and pre-destination or fate.

Host: Jeffrey Mishlove
Featuring: Arthur Young
Audio Languages: English
Subtitles: English