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The Proposition of Free Will in Jurisprudential Perspective

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DOI: 10.23977/law.2024.030220 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 173


Xinlei Lin 1


1 Law School, Guilin University of Electronic Technology, No. 12 Xiajin Road, Nanning, China

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Xinlei Lin


The proposition of free will has long been regarded as commonly held to be valid, but the truth of this proposition has not yet been determined. However, the design of the legal system is premised on the proposition of free will, so it is necessary to argue the proposition of free will from the perspective of law. The proposition of free will, examined through the concept of proof, can be a viable approach to addressing the issue of free will in legal science.


Free will, evidence-based view of proof, behaviours


Xinlei Lin, The Proposition of Free Will in Jurisprudential Perspective. Science of Law Journal (2024) Vol. 3: 135-138. DOI: 10.23977/law.2024.030220.


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