Free Will and Preference without Any Cause
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In this article, the author tries to give a description of the theory of transformation of Preference without Any Cause, and its relation with Free Will in a simple but scientific and documented way. Thus, after the concept analysis of the subject, he discusses the following themes: the reliance of the theory of Transformation of Preference without Any Cause on the necessity of ultimate cause in voluntary actions, Philosophical Principle of “Final Cause Is the Agency of the Subject”, and its incompatibility with free will i.e. possibility of acting and abandoning. Then he points to the other devices of this philosophical theory. He addresses the rule of transformation of Preference without Any Cause due to these reasons: its deep relation with other important philosophical issues such as the meaning and concept of free will, associating cause and effect with action of free subject, the creation of the universe, knowledge of the Attributes and Acts of God, knowledge of man and his/her relationship with divine destiny. In this regard, referring to the original sources, philosophical questions and answers, and devices used by each of them, he has tried to demonstrate the theological standpoint as a true one.

Journal of Theological Research, Volume:1 Issue: 1, 2014
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