Afreeism, the understanding that free will is an illusion, is a concept so powerful that it profoundly transforms the way we see the world. Its origins date back over two millennia, yet it is substantiated by modern scientific discoveries. By embracing afreeism, we can learn . . .
To live without guilt, regret, remorse . . . and to live more joyfully.
To judge others less, opening ourselves to greater acceptance and understanding.
To live in the moment, shedding the baggage of the past and the worries for the future.
To work toward a more just world, knowing that our actions matter.
Afreeism requires no leaps of faith. Professor Marks lays out the philosophical history and scientific underpinnings of afreeism while exploring the startling implications for those who embrace it.
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One of the principles that flows from afreeim is the Equality Principle. As an application of that principle, all profits from this book will be donated to organizations working for social and economic justice.
Steve Marks teaches law at Boston University. He has authored several books (some with co-authors) and his musings have also appeared in the L.A. Times, the Wall Street Journal, and numerous academic journals. Professor Marks received his law degree and Ph.D. in Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. He now lives in Boston with his wife and youngest daughter.