The Error Of Boethius: Resolving The Problem Of Free Will
Boethius argued we must accept free will as being recessive, submissive to divine foreknowledge, determinism, pre-destination, and predestination. Now if submissive independence is not an error, what is? Is Boethius to blame for our having been unable to resolve the paradox regarding free will and divine foreknowledge? An alternative metaphysical perception, metaphysical model, to Boethius’ metaph...
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sical perception exists and is presented within this tractate. The problem is to gain the attention of religion, philosophy, and science, all of who have rejected the very validity of metaphysics itself. Boethius moves our perceptual understanding regarding the system being filled with free will into that of being ‘the’ system filled with both free will and divine foreknowledge. As such, free will and divine foreknowledge, with the help of Boethius, now have a location within which they can be found. However, the understanding regarding the role of both free will and divine foreknowledge as well as the understanding regarding the interrelationship between free will and divine foreknowledge not only remain in a state of confusion but even more disconcerting, the existence of such an interrelationship is not recognized as a significant aspect of the ‘larger’ system. It is this state of this confusion which will be specifically addressed within this tractate.