Free will is a fundamental question in philosophy because it is the foundation of ethics. If man has no free choice in his actions then he does not need a moral code of how to choose his actions from a range of alternatives. In its broadest sense, the idea of free will centers on the question of "What is the place of the mind in nature?" In Part 1 of this talk Dr.
The Foundations of Knowledge
> Lecture 1: The Primacy of Existence
> Lecture 2: The Epistemology of Perception
> Lectures 3 and 4: Universals and Induction
> Lecture 5: Skepticism
> Lecture 6: The Nature of Free Will