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Joe Rogan - Does Free Will Exist?


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Freewill - Rush


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Rush - Freewill (Audio)


“Freewill” from ‘Permanent Waves (40th Anniversary)’. Get yours now: 🤍 Subscribe and ring the bell to never miss an update: 🤍 ‘Permanent Waves’, Rush’s seventh studio album, was originally released in January 1980, and its forward-thinking music signaled a new direction for the Canadian band as it entered a new decade. The six songs encompassing the album encapsulated the breadth of Rush’s formidable progressive chops meshed with its knack for creating radio-friendly arrangements, all elements that were embedded within the grooves of their previous album, 1978’s widely acclaimed Hemispheres. ‘Permanent Waves’ also signified Rush’s first of many recording sessions at Le Studio in Morin-Heights, Quebec, which was at one point nicknamed the trio’s own personal Abbey Road recording studio. Follow Rush: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #Rush #PermanentWaves #Freewill#PermanentWaves40 Music video by Rush performing Freewill (Audio). © 1980 UMG Recordings, Inc. 🤍

The Illusion of Free Will


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Rush - Freewill (Live HD)


Video is from the Snakes & Arrows Tour, recorded at the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam, Netherlands on October 16 and 17, 2007.

RUSH - Freewill - Live In Montreal 1981 (2021 HD Remaster)


Enjoy the definitive version of Exit Stage Left! Upgraded using state of the art AI tools. The following remastering work was performed on the DVD version by yours truly: 1.Deinterlaced + noise & grain 90% removed 2.Video upscaled to HD using machine learning (Obviously to a limited extent when working with such rough source material) 3. Motion enhanced from 30fps to 60fps for smoothness 4. Audio re-balanced using the 5.1 DTS soundtrack 5. Video and audio rendered in 1080p with audio at 512kb/s quality A couple years ago it was inconceivable that a video source like this could be improved this much, and with the rate that these AI programs are advancing it is likely we will be able to have 4k re-creations of footage like this in maybe five years.

You don't have free will, but don't worry.


In this video I explain why free will is incompatible with the currently known laws of nature and why the idea makes no sense anyway. However, you don't need free will to act responsibly and to live a happy life, and I will tell you why. Support me on Patreon: 🤍 The reference I mentioned is here: 🤍 #physics #science #philosophy 0:00 Intro and Content Summary 0:30 Free will as the possibility to select a future 1:21 Free will is incompatible with the laws of nature 3:02 Chaos and quantum mechanics make no difference 3:50 Free will is nonsense 4:28 Other definitions of free will 6:32 What is really going on 6:58 Reacting to a prediction is not free will 8:00 Free will is unnecessary for moral behavior 9:30 How to live without free will

The great free will debate | Bill Nye, Michio Kaku, Robert Sapolsky, Steven Pinker & more


The great free will debate Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Learn skills from the world's top minds at Big Think+: 🤍 "What does it mean to have—or not have—free will? Were the actions of mass murderers pre-determined billions of years ago? Do brain processes trump personal responsibility? Can experiments prove that free will is an illusion? Bill Nye, Steven Pinker, Daniel Dennett, Michio Kaku, Robert Sapolsky, and others approach the topic from their unique fields and illustrate how complex and layered the free will debate is. From Newtonian determinism, to brain chemistry, to a Dennett thought experiment, explore the arguments that make up the free will landscape. TRANSCRIPT: - Well, you ask one of the deepest philosophical questions of physics. The question of free will. - For billions of years on this planet, there was life, but no free will. Physics hasn't changed, but now we have free will. - The brains are automatic, but people are free. - Our ability to choose is often confused. - Human choices will not be predictable in any simple way. - In reality, I don't think there's any free will at all. DANIEL DENNETT: For billions of years on this planet there was life, but no free will. Physics hasn't changed, but now we have free will. The difference is not in physics. It has to do with, ultimately, with biology. Particularly evolutionary biology. What has happened over those billions of years, is that greater and greater competences have been designed and have evolved. And the competence of a dolphin, or of a chimpanzee, the cognitive competence, the sort of mental competence, is hugely superior to the competence of a lobster, or a starfish. But ours dwarfs the competence of a dolphin or a chimpanzee, perhaps to an even greater extent. And there's an entirely naturalistic story to say, to tell about how we came to have that competence, or those competences. And it's that, "Can do." It's that power that we have which is natural, but it's that power which sets us aside from every other species. And the key to it is that we don't just act for reasons. We represent our reasons to ourselves and to others. The business of asking somebody, "Why did you do that?" And the person being able to answer, it is the key to responsibility. And in fact, the word, "responsibility," sort of wears its meaning on its sleeve. We are responsible because we can respond to challenges to our reasons. Why? Because we don't just act for reasons, we act for reasons that we consciously represent to ourselves. And this is what gives us the power and the obligation to think ahead, to anticipate, to see the consequences of our action. To be able to evaluate those consequences in the light of what other people tell us. To share our wisdom with each other. No other species can do anything like it. And it's because we can share our wisdom that we have a special responsibility. That's what makes us free in a way that no bird is free, for instance. There's a very sharp limit to the depth that we as conscious agents can probe our own activities. This sort of superficial access that we have to what's going on, that's what consciousness is. Now, when I say, who's this, "we," who's got this access? That's itself part of the illusion because there isn't a, sort of, boss part of the brain that's sitting there with this limited access. That itself is part of the illusion. What it is, is a bunch of different subsystems, which have varying access to varying things and that conspire in a sort of competitive way to execute whatever projects it is that they're, in their, sort of, mindless way executing. STEVEN PINKER: I don't believe there's such a thing as free will in the sense of a ghost in the machine, a spirit, or soul that somehow reads the TV screen of the senses and pushes buttons and pulls levers of behavior. There's no sense that we can make of that. I think we are...our behavior is the product of physical processes in the brain. On the other hand, when you have a brain that consists of a hundred billion neurons, connected by a hundred trillion synapses, there is a vast amount of complexity. That means that human choices will not be predictable in any simple way from the stimuli that have impinged on it beforehand. We also know that that brain is set up so that there are at least two kinds of behavior. There's what happens when I shine a light in your eye and your iris contracts, or I hit your knee with a hammer and your leg jerks upward. We also know that there's a part of the brain that does things like choose what to have for dinner, whether to order chocolate, or vanilla ice cream. How to move the next chess piece... Read the full transcript at 🤍

Sam Harris - Taking the Redpill on Freewill | Joe Rogan


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Determinism vs Free Will: Crash Course Philosophy #24


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Rush - Freewill (Bass Cover) (Play Along Tabs In Video)


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Why Free Will Doesn't Exist


Free will does not exist. That's the claim I'm making, anyway. To me, it seems impossible even to imagine a world in which free will makes any sense. This video has been a long time coming. 🤍CosmicSkeptic LINKS My conversation with Stephen: 🤍 Stephen's 'Free Will - Debunked': 🤍 Stephen's conversation with Matt: 🤍 Stephen's original response to Matt: 🤍 Matt's original video: 🤍 My book review of Harris' Free Will: 🤍 SUPPORT Support the Cosmic Skeptic YouTube channel on Patreon: 🤍 Merchandise now available: 🤍 -CONNECT- My Website/Blog: 🤍 - SOCIAL LINKS: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Snapchat: cosmicskeptic CONTACT Email: cosmicskeptic🤍 Alex O'Connor Po Box 1610 OXFORD OX4 9LL ENGLAND

Is free will an illusion? | Uri Maoz | Big Think


Is free will an illusion? Watch the newest video from Big Think: 🤍 Learn skills from the world's top minds at Big Think Edge: 🤍 This video was produced in partnership with John Templeton Foundation. The debate over whether or not humans have free will is centuries old and ongoing. While studies have confirmed that our brains perform many tasks without conscious effort, there remains the question of how much we control and when it matters. According to Dr. Uri Maoz, it comes down to what your definition of free will is and to learning more about how we make decisions versus when it is ok for our brain to subconsciously control our actions and movements. "If we understand the interplay between conscious and unconscious," says Maoz, "it might help us realize what we can control and what we can't." URI MAOZ: Dr. Uri Maoz is an assistant professor of computational neuroscience at Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences at Chapman University. His research lies at the intersection of volition, decision-making, and moral choice. Dr. Maoz also directs Neurophilosophy of Free Will, an international project comprising 17 neuroscientists and philosophers, who aim to understand how the brain enables conscious control of human decisions and actions. TRANSCRIPT: URI MAOZ: We all kind of go around with this feeling that we are the authors of our lives and we are in control, that I could've done otherwise. To what extent is the conscious we are we in control? NARRATOR: The subconscious is a force that looms large below the surface of our conscious minds, and it's controlling our lives much more than we're aware. MAOZ: Free will is at the basis of a lot of our social pillars. Our legal system presumes some kind of freedom. There are economic theories that assume that people are free to make their decisions. So for all those things, understanding how free we are, the limits of our freedom, how easy it is to manipulate our freedom and so on I think is important. If we understand the interplay between conscious and unconscious, it might help us realize what we can control and what we can't. My name is Uri Maoz, I study how the brain enables things like consciousness and free will. INTERVIEWER: Okay, Uri, what is free will? MAOZ: Sure, that's easy. Generally, humans have a sense that they control themselves and sometimes their environment more than they do. You don't try to control every contraction of every muscle in your hand. And if you did try (laughs) to control that, well good luck to you because if you try to concentrate exactly on how it is that you're walking, it's even hard to walk. So there are certain places in the brain that if you stimulate there a person begins to laugh. You ask them, "Wait, why are you laughing?" And they say, "Oh, I just remembered this really funny joke." The brain kind of puts together some reasons for something that you did while we think they are under our full conscious control they are not. There is a famous experiment made in the early '80s by Benjamin Libet. The idea is that a person is holding their hand and they're told whenever they have the urge to do so, you flex whenever you want. However at the same time, there is this rotating dot on the screen and your job is to look at the screen and say where the dot was when you first had the urge to move. So then you have this weird situation, only 200 milliseconds before you move do people say, "I'm aware that I've decided to move." But if you look into their brain, you can see something there a second before they do. So what happens in that interval? Some kind of nefarious neuroscientist that would an electrode on you would say, "Aha, you're about to move now." But you would not be conscious of it, and some people interpret the Libet experiment to suggest that all of these big important life decisions are maybe unconscious. NARRATOR: Libet's experiment proved controversial, but inspired subsequent tests. Dr. Maoz's own research attempted to observed the brain signals Libet measured in real time by directly monitoring the brain of epilepsy patients. MAOZ: We approach some of these patients and we say, "Would you please play something like a two choice version of rock, paper, scissors? At the go signal we each raise a hand and, let's say, if we raise the same hand, I win, if we raise different hands you win." We had a system that was processing the whole thing in real time, and just before we got the go signal, I got a beep in my earphones telling me which hand to raise so I would beat the subject. We could predict them about 80%... Read the full transcript at 🤍

There is no free will, but we are free | Brian Greene and Lex Fridman


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Jordan Peterson Takes on Sam Harris' argument that Free Will Doesn't Exist


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Sam Harris on "Free Will"


This lecture was recorded on March 25, 2012 as part of the Distinguished Science Lecture Series hosted by Michael Shermer and presented by The Skeptics Society in California (1992–2015). SAM HARRIS IS THE AUTHOR of the New York Times bestsellers, The Moral Landscape, The End of Faith and Letter to a Christian Nation. His new book is short (96) pages, to the point, and will change the way we all view free will, as Oliver Sacks wrote: "Brilliant and witty — and never less than incisive — Free Will shows that Sam Harris can say more in 13,000 words than most people do in 100,000." UCSD neuroscientist V.S, Ramachandran notes: "In this elegant and provocative book, Sam Harris demonstrates — with great intellectual ferocity and panache — that free will is an inherently flawed and incoherent concept, even in subjective terms. If he is right, the book will radically change the way we view ourselves as human beings." 🤍 Order the book on which this lecture is based: 🤍 Watch some of the past lectures for free online 🤍 SUPPORT THE SOCIETY You play a vital part in our commitment to promote science and reason. If you enjoy watching the Distinguished Science Lecture Series, please show your support by making a donation, or by becoming a patron. Your ongoing patronage will help ensure that sound scientific viewpoints are heard around the world. 🤍 #skeptic #samharris #michaelshermer

Sam Harris: Free Will is an Illusion


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Jordan Peterson's Response to Sam Harris' Free Will Argument


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Do We Have Free Will? | Robert Sapolsky & Andrew Huberman


Dr. Robert Sapolsky and Dr. Andrew Huberman discuss whether we have free will and our ability to make choices. Dr. Robert Sapolsky is a Professor of Biology, Neurology and Neurosurgery at Stanford University. Dr. Andrew Huberman is a neuroscientist and tenured professor in the Department of Neurobiology at Stanford University School of Medicine. Full interview with Dr. Robert Sapolsky: 🤍 Main YouTube Channel: 🤍 #HubermanLab #RobertSapolsky Social: Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Website - 🤍 Newsletter - 🤍 Our Patreon: 🤍 Please note that The Huberman Lab Podcast is distinct from Dr. Huberman's teaching and research roles at Stanford University School of Medicine. The information provided in this show is not medical advice, nor should it be taken or applied as a replacement for medical advice. The Huberman Lab Podcast, its employees, guests and affiliates assume no liability for the application of the information discussed.

Rush-Freewill (Lyrics)


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Compatibilism Debunked | Free Will and Determinism


For three months free with Express VPN, visit 🤍 To support me on Patreon (thank you): 🤍 To donate to my PayPal (thank you): 🤍 To purchase Cosmic Skeptic merchandise: 🤍 VIDEO NOTES The existence of free will is an uncomfortable subject, and a difficult intuition to let go of, if, like me, you are convinced it is illusory. One response to the implications of determinism on free will is a philosophy known as 'compatibilism', with advocates from Thomas Hobbes to Daniel Dennett. I think it fails, and thought I'd spend some time explaining why. LINKS- My original free will video: 🤍 Thomas Hobbes, The Leviathan (read online): 🤍 Arthur Schopenhauer, On The Freedom of the Will (in 'The Two Fundamental Problems of Ethics'): 🤍 Peter Van Inwagen, The Powers of Rational Beings: 🤍 SPECIAL THANKS As always, I would like to direct extra gratitude to my top-tier patrons: Itamar Lev Evan Allen Faraz Harsini James O'Neill John Early Austin Chiappetta Sveline Teymour Beydoun Isaac Medina Adam Gray Nolan Kent Adam Inoue -CONNECT My Website/Blog: 🤍 SOCIAL LINKS: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Snapchat: cosmicskeptic The Cosmic Skeptic Podcast: 🤍 CONTACT- Business email: cosmicskeptic🤍 Or send me something: Alex O'Connor Po Box 1610 OXFORD OX4 9LL ENGLAND

Do We Have Free Will or Are We Predetermined?


The question of whether we are fundamentally free or determined in our thoughts and actions has been in the middle of philosophical debate for many centuries. This is our take on the subject. Our shop (we ship worldwide): 🤍 Mailing list: 🤍 Visit us in person at our London HQ 🤍 The debate between freewill and determinism is one of the longest-running in all philosophy. Do we have the freedom to change our lives or is everything predetermined already? Our film juggles with the complexities of the question. FURTHER READING “The history of philosophy has been dominated by competing arguments around the ideas of Free Will and Determinism. Simply stated, the issue hangs on whether human beings should be thought of as fundamentally free to choose their actions and mould their lives – or whether they should be deemed as being at heart determined by forces beyond their control, be they fate, biology, politics or class…” You can read more on this and other subjects on our blog, here: 🤍 MORE SCHOOL OF LIFE Our website has classes, articles and products to help you think and grow: 🤍 Watch more films on SELF in our playlist: 🤍 You can submit translations and transcripts on all of our videos here: 🤍 Find out how more here: 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA Feel free to follow us at the links below: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 CREDITS Produced in collaboration with: Rachel Lillie 🤍 #TheSchoolOfLife

The strange neuroscience of free will - BBC REEL


Do we really have free will? In a three part series, BBC Reel explores the hidden powers behind the choices we make. Part one looks at the neuroscience behind our understanding of free will. View all three films here: 🤍 All episodes are available now on the BBC Reel website. A series by Melissa Hogenboom and Pierangelo Pirak. #bbcreel #bbc #bbcnews



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Daniel Dennett - What is Free Will?


Free will is a problem. If it seems obvious that you are perfectly free to choose and decide, then it seems perfectly clear that you do not understand the problem. Free will is a huge problem, because our sense of free will and the physical structure of the world contradict each other. For more videos on "What is Free Will?" click here 🤍 For more on information and video interviews with Daniel Dennett, please visit 🤍 Your source for the study of philosophy and college philosophy class materials.



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Brian Greene and Neil degresse Tyson talks about Free Will


Brian Greens talks about Why free will is an illusion.

The illusion of free will... Everything is done for YOU! (Abdullah, Neville Goddard)


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Alfred Mele - Is Free Will an Illusion?


Some philosophers and scientists claim that because every event is determined by prior events, including every event in our brains, free will cannot be real. What are the arguments and evidence? Key is the Libet experiment, which seems to show that our brains have already made a decision—we see electrical activity—before we are conscious of making the decision. Free access to Closer to Truth's library of 5,000 videos: 🤍 Support the show with Closer To Truth merchandise: 🤍 Watch more interviews on free will: 🤍 Alfred Remen Mele is an American philosopher and the William H. and Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University. He is also the past Director of the Philosophy and Science of Self-Control Project (2014-2017) and the Big Questions in Free Will Project (2010-2013). Mele is the author of thirteen books and over 250 articles. Register for free at for subscriber-only exclusives: 🤍 Closer to Truth, hosted by Robert Lawrence Kuhn and directed by Peter Getzels, presents the world’s greatest thinkers exploring humanity’s deepest questions. Discover fundamental issues of existence. Engage new and diverse ways of thinking. Appreciate intense debates. Share your own opinions. Seek your own answers.

Sam Harris vs. Daniel Dennett. Free Will Debate.


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What Is Free Will?: Chosen By God with R.C. Sproul


If God predestines people to salvation, then what about free will? Doesn't the Calvinistic doctrine of predestination override human free will? What about choice? Considering the doctrine of divine election in this message, Dr. Sproul discusses some of the fundamentally wrong assumptions people have when they think of free will. This is the 3rd in a series of messages by Dr. Sproul on God's salvation. See other videos in the series: 🤍 Own this series on DVD: 🤍 Learn more about Dr. R.C. Sproul: 🤍

RUSH - Freewill "Vault Edition" Live 1981 - New Multitrack Audio Remix (HD 60fps)


This video will undoubtedly confuse quite a few people especially those familiar with the Exit Stage Left DVD. To clarify, the audio here is the same performance as the original, despite sounding almost nothing like the DVD. It turns out that the version of Freewill featured on Rock Band 4 originated from the same concert (credit Grommet2112_ for the discovery) I couldn't believe it at first due to the almost unrecognizable sound but sure enough it lined up with the video down to the millisecond! Now, you can already hear the untouched Rock Band version here: 🤍 But it's pretty unheard of to get access to multi-track files from a video performance so I thought it would take it a step further and mix a new version of it in FL studio, synced to newly upscaled video, I hope it is to your liking..

Rush 'Freewill' ISOLATED DRUMS


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Rush - Freewill ( Music Video HQ )


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Rush - Freewill LIVE (Cover by New World Men)


New World Men plays RUSH's classic from Permanent Waves: Freewill. Credits: Marc Girard - Bass, Keyboards, Video & Audio Production Matt Grou - Drums & Vocals Frank Larouche - Guitars & Bass Pedals Crew: Sebastien Cloutier - Live Audio Engineer and Audio Mastering Dominique Morissette - Lighting Paul Roberge - Camera Operator Yvan Bourdages - Camera Operator

RUSH - Freewill "Live" (Reaction) Rush is the Freewill!



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