Our deterministic approach (bad or good, right or wrong, heaven or hell, etc.)
The gap between deterministic and non-deterministic approaches is even sharper when we discuss the future. When we consider the past, we can base our deterministic approach on data collected from the past, but when we discuss the future, the data does not exist. Yes, we can take data from the past and try to use it to predict the future. If using the past to predict the future was the approach people followed, we wouldn’t drive cars, communicate over the internet, leverage mobile devices, we wouldn’t enjoy any progress.
I’m taking the current moment (or “now”) out of the equation as this is a momentary event in the spectrum between past and future, or as many believe this is the only time that exists (as past and future are all in our brains). If we take the second approach, it makes the deterministic view even more absurd, as it based on …. well nothing. But since most of the people are more focused on the past and future, I’m taking this approach as the leading argument for this post.
When you are dealing with the future, when you are trying to find out what is right or wrong, use a non-deterministic approach. You can try to predict how the future will look like based on that what is good or bad for you, and you can do the same by finding what the spectrum between good and evil that works for you. While defending the range, you also need to understand the conditions that define this spectrum. Determining conditions will enable you
The spectrum approach takes away right or wrong. It creates an acceptance range of options between right and wrong. It’s not deterministic approach. When you have a range of options, you can aim to the good or right side of the spectrum. You must
When using a deterministic approach, you argue between the right and wrong, good and evil. When you are
This post might introduce a paradox for many people, can we take a non-deterministic approach to find out if non-deterministic is better than a deterministic method? If you see the puzzle, you thought process still following a deterministic point of view.