Our free will to do what is within our power.
These actions may be bound by our constitution. Or the political will of our country or society.
But what is a will and how can it be free?
There are wills to power and discipline.
This last statement allows a certain kind of permission.
To be equal and able also implies we need to work to earn our freedom.
However, there is a means to freedom that has no bounds other than the bounds of the human condition.
These bounds are seen through the proper use of impressions.
Like using works to accurately describe a picture.
It will take many practice times to gain the proper use of these words.
In the same sense, each person knows it is their ‘will’ that they must use to discipline their actions.
The preconception that we will be free when we do the right thing or moral or be virtuous, is like naming the unnameable.
Hence, the need for philosophy to learn what way will allow us to be free.
Again, freedom can be illusive when we are blinded by fear or ignorance, but we must learn we are willing and able to be free at birth or through education or by applying our will and discipline to achieve our freedom.
No amount of rhetoric will make you free when you are bound.
To learn to live, requires a philosophical idea that knows no bound.
Some say that idea is to do no harm. The proper use of impressions and the practice to discipline our impulses or desires. With our faculty of will…