The evolution of freedom: antinomies in evolutionary theory?

 The idea of the ‘evolution of freedom’ is easy to define in the abstract but causes ‘computer crash’ with reductionist ‘scientific’ efforts to explain it.
We would need observational evidence here, hard to come by, but the basic idea is key to the evolution of ‘animals’….

The question of evolution in our eonic model is based on world history which give us direct access to the visible (if any) process of the evolutionary. The question arises, how can history b…

Source: Evolution to history: freedom evolving – Darwiniana

 Kant, free will, and the antinomies of reason

The free will debate lurks in the background of leftist politics, in part because of the deterministic confusions of marxist ‘mode of production’ theory. It is difficult to arrive at stable views here, for reasons that a study of Kant and his studies of the ‘antinomies of reason’ make clear. Although the debate is perhaps endless and intractably insoluble we can at least not attempt to inflict marxist dogmatism on socialism. Our various models speak of free agency instead of free will, which leaves the issue open yet has all the advantages on the free will issue.
There is no automatic path to postcapitalism: unless we act freely as free agents to create it we will drift into barbarism, mode of production theory blowing in the wind…

Source: Did the neural pattern that showed that there is no free will turn out to be noise? | Uncommon Descent