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Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
Free will
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Free will

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  • 1. Thomas Hobbes believed that what causes our will is actually an action and frequently we are unaware why we do what we do. He concluded that there is no such thing as “free will.” He believed that we are causally determined to make choices that we finally select. Free will, according to Hobbes, doesn’t exist.
  • 2. The following slides depict the interpretations of the 5 th grade GT students on this complex topic. They created cartoons to reflect their understanding of Thomas Hobbes and his feelings on “Free Will.”
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