The Solution To The Problem Of Free Will
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Free will is an essential problem in human knowledge that investigates the relationships between all creatures, including human beings, with each other, nature, and ecosystem. The immense impacts of free will on science, law, and ethics and, as a result, on everyday life of humans are undeniable. This is the reason behind almost two centuries of intense research by well-known researchers on this historic problem in the Western world. This book, based on a constructive modeling of the problem, provides its solution and analyzes its applications in science, law, and ethics.
Jamshid Farshidi, is an Iranian-American professor (emeritus) of Mathematics and Statistics. He completed his education in Iran through his MS degree in Mathematics from Sharif Institute of Technology in Teheran, in 1978, and received his Ph.D. in the field of Mathematical Statistics from Michigan State University in 1991. Farshidi has spent his entire courier in academia, teaching at Universities in Iran and the United States. He has published several papers in his scientific area of interest, Stochastic Processes and their Predictions. His major interests are in scientific problems and world issues. He is the author of the paper: "Failure of Einstein Theory and Mass-Energy Equation," and the book: "Palestine-Isrrael: a just plan for permanent peace."
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