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PHL 101 Chap. 5 T/F

. True or False? D’Holbach says that man’s life is a course that nature compels him to take without deviation. True
. True or False? D’Holbach’s view is that science precludes the notion of free will. True
True or False? D’Holbach asserts that when we deliberate about a choice, our decision is free and undetermined. False
True or False? Taylor thinks that soft determinism is true to our moral intuitions. False
True or False? Taylor accepts soft determinism. False
True or False? Taylor believes that simple determinism allows us to have a plausible form of free will. False
True or False? Sartre says that man is condemned to be free. True
True or False? Sartre thinks that man’s future is predestined. False
. True or False? Sartre says forlornness comes from the realization that God does not exist and we must face all the consequences of this. True
True or False? Sartre advocates withdrawing from human endeavors. False
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