RE: self-determinism

Rob Harris Cen-IT (
Tue, 8 Jun 1999 12:17:52 +0100

> > >emergent property of the action of
> > genetics and environmental adaptation.
> >
> > To consider that "I" was such as that would be to exist in a state
> of
> > total other-determinism, the worst possible state of existence
> (viewpoint)
> > that there is.
> Just because genes have a enormous influence on us, doesn't mean we are
> other
> determined. Life is a journey that we make for ourselves. We live in a
> universe of me. The me I am now, the best me I could be, the me I will be
> if I
> take this course, and the me I want to be.
What's the difference between "me" and "I"? What is the "me" that your "I" manipulates? These are critically important points if your statement is to mean anything......

More, More, this is interesting stuff!


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