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Foreknowledge and Free Will

l 1. Why does God’s perfect knowledge seem to present a problem for free will?

2. Why isn’t this a problem for soft determinism accounts of free will?

3.One response to this problem says that there is actually no problem because there is nothing for God to know. Why is there’ nothing to know, according to this response?

4. Theistic voluntarism says that Good things are just the things that God approves of. This leads to an odd conclusion: to say that “God is good” is just to say that “God approves of God.” Sor MITy-to get around this by saying something like the following: God is Love, and this is why God is Good. Why doesn’t this seem to g solve the problem?

5. How does a gratitude argument work? What is it supposed to show?

6. What does Retributive hold? How is this idea used as argument for felon disenfranchisement?

7. What does the “All-Affected Principle” hold? Describe the three different meanings this principle might have.

8. How does Wall respond to the “Harms to Adults” argument against child and youth voting? Mill and Harm