We think we make our own decisions, but to what degree do we enjoy free will, really?
Once we subtract the impact of our families of origin, the norms of our society, the relationships in which we participate, the habits we form, our identities as members of a group, and the physiology of our brains, we might wonder what’s left.
My next book will be a metaphysical whodunit that investigates why a series of victims are found inexplicably dead in their tracks.
As I get into the writing, I’ll be testing ideas on this page. In the meantime, here’s a teaser relating some of the ideas I hope to explore on the philosophical side of the equation.