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    Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss free will.


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  2. Podcast: We all love free stuff | Macworld

    Acquisitions ain’t for the weak, iPhones sell big in China, Free on iTunes is both free and good, and a free version of ProTools is in the offing.

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  3. Episode 386: The Cost Of Free Doughnuts : Planet Money : NPR

    Everybody likes free, and the Internet is bursting with free services. But as companies try to figure out how to make money, consider a cautionary tale about free doughnuts and the Red Cross.

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  4. Axons and Axioms Episode 2- Judgment Day [Free Will]

    A growing body of research in cognitive neuroscience seems to be suggesting that the concept of free will may be nothing but an illusion. It’s fair to say that both Tim and Derek think neuroscience might one day show that human actions, much like other events, are caused by nothing more than previous events and the laws of nature. This is the philosophical position known as ‘determinism.’ Where the A&A hosts disagree is whether this kind of determinism is threatening to free will (at least to the kinds of free will we are usually concerned with) or if the two might be compatible.

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  5. Free Agents 54: I Have to Try It, with Casey Liss — MacSparky

    Podcaster and programmer Casey Liss joins us on this episode of Free Agents to talk about his free agent journey, what caused him to take the leap, the tendency to do too much, and his desire to pull the thread which  led to him becoming an accidental YouTuber. This episode of Free Agents is sponsored by:Squarespace: Make your next move. Enter offer code FREEAGENTS at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase.FreshBooks: Online invoicing made easy.


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  6. Free speech crisis on campus? - The Philosopher’s Zone - ABC Radio National

    With freedom of speech at Australian universities currently under governmental review, we explore the notion of free speech on campus. Should what gets said at universities - and who gets to say it - be regulated? And is the supposed "free speech crisis" just a front for the culture wars?


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  7. Episode 777: Free Love, Free Market : Planet Money : NPR

    How a free-love commune embraced the free market and became a blockbuster brand.

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  8. Heresies in Free Software - what do the next 20 years look like?

    It’s been 20 years since the Debian Free Software Guidelines were published as part of the Social Contract. In that time, free software has spread further than we could ever have imagined - everything from cars to watches are now dependent upon free software for at least part of their functionality. But in that time we’ve also seen huge shifts in how software is used and how it’s written, with people both becoming more dependent on remote services and on income related to free software development work. People now depend on free software to keep them safe from abusive governments, partners or parents, but have we become any better at designing and writing systems that ensure that their safety is preserved? And even though we’ve pioneered open discussion of diversity issues, why is free software still overwhelmingly produced by white men?

    This talk is intended to challenge the status quo, to encourage us to revisit some of our preconceptions about what’s important about free software and what’s incidental, and to start a discussion on what the next 20 years of free software development and community growth should look like.

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  9. Heaven - Free Sermon Resource | Gospel in Life - Sermons, Books and Resources from Timothy Keller and Redeemer Presbyterian Church

    Stream below or "Add to cart" to download for free.See more sermons from this series:

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  10. More Free? The Libertarian Tradition | Mises Institute

    Do we have perennial libertarian problems, like losing our freedoms year after year? The long view of liberty shows that overall Americans are more free….

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