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Directions: Match the premisses in Column 2 with the most appropriate arguments in Column 1 by placing the number or numbers in the blank spaces provided.
|Column 1||Column 2|
|_____________ hard determinism||1. not all of our actions are determined by past events|
|_____________ soft determinism||2. our choices are uncaused and effective|
|_____________ free will||3. certain events are fixed in advance; there might be some free play in minor events|
|_____________ predeterminism||4. every event (including mental events) have a cause|
|_____________ fatalism||5. events throughout eternity have been foreordained by God according to causality|
|_____________ predestination||6. people are free when their choices are effective, even though they are caused|
|_____________ indeterminism||7. the probability of an event happening as known from the experience of similar events|
|_____________ a priori chance||8. probability of an event happening as known from the experience of similar events|
|_____________ a posteriori chance||9. all events are made to happen by God, not by causality in nature|
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