Freedom and Fatalism

Freedom begins with the faith that our lives do not have to be the way they are now. Perhaps that is even the entirety of freedom — a state of mind, rather than a state of being.

2 responses to “Freedom and Fatalism”

  1. Matt Keeler

    That doesn’t make sense. Freedom begins with the faith that you have freedom? Tell me, then, if freedom begins with that leap of faith, then how does one come to have the freedom to make that leap of faith in the first place?

    Solving the question by reducing it to a mere state of mind doesn’t answer the problem of freedom in the metaphysical sense that your title implies.