Iqra_hussain216
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I don’t really understand kants views on free will and determinism and his views of them being compatible?
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Kant thinks reality is divided into what we can know though our senses (phenomenal realm) and how things are in themselves which is beyond our knowledge (noumenal realm). Cause and effect is operative in the phenomenal realm, thus determinism is true. However our mind/soul is in the noumenal realm where there is no cause and effect, thus we have free will.

It's an unusual form of compatibilism and arguably not accurately defined as such.
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Thank you so much!
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