I fucking hate myself and want to end it all.
Something like me doesn't deserve to live, but I don't deserve to die because I still need to suffer more. Everything that goes wrong is because of me, it was meant to happen, I deserve it.
Just fucking drag my wrists out with a rusty chainsaw ffs.
Please kill me.
The laws of physics compelled me to forget to put the picture.
Please. Blow out a fucking vessel in my brain while I sleep. Kill me.
I pray there is no life after death. I want.to be Annihilated .
Everything you've ever done was compelled by the laws of physics. Your consciousness is generated by the chemical reactions going on in your brain.
If every event has a cause, then your actions were already predetermined from before you were even born.
If some events don't have causes, then your will couldn't have been the cause of those events, and they just happened.
Either way, you just did what you were compelled to, meaning you don't "deserve" anything because you couldn't have done otherwise of your own accord.
I just want to cease to exist
Dissolve my consciousness into a vat of hydrochloric acid
Dismember my existence
Delete my temporal anchor
Please kill me
But even if freewill is a myth and I really have no choice in what I do and what happens to me, then why do I feel like I deserve to be punished more than what I am currently? Why do I feel like I shouldn't have existed in the first place and that I'm just some joke that was made?
I'm feeling really scatterbrained right now, so sorry if I'm just being retarded and haven't grasped what you're trying to say.
Me too, you should play a cute JRPG pic related is making me feel better.
>But even if freewill is a myth and I really have no choice in what I do and what happens to me, then why do I feel like I deserve to be punished more than what I am currently
I'm drunk and it interferes with.my meds And in enhances my clinical depression
I'm sorry robots
I really do not have the will to end.it I can't hurt the fuxking other people who know me, I can't crush my family
But i. Truly fucking hate myself and my existence
I'm a joke. Happy one day, contemplating chewinbg cyanide.and blowing my brains out in my car the next
You're. All I have.
Quit believing in free will and you'll eventually stop hating yourself.
You might even stop hating other people too.
It's pretty much win all around. Everything becomes a lot softer.
Is it basically trying to tell me that everything I've ever done wrong, I can blame on the scenarios and situations leading up to said wrongdoing, and that nothing at all is ever my fault?
I'm deeply sorry for creating this self indulgent thread.
Please hang in there with me robots.
This existence is strange but we.misewell continue exploring, existing.
Godfucking dammit why not.
Fuck. Off. Depression!
I live another day another day you fucking faggot!
Faggot OP here FUCKING OFF
There is zero evidence we have free will and logical proof that we don't.
All the things you've ever done, both the right things and the wrong things, were due to the laws of physics. "You" are a consciousness caused by the chemical reactions that happen in your brain in response to stimuli.
Your personality is a result of your genetics and your conditioning. You didn't choose your genetics, and even if you choose some of your conditioning, either something caused you to make those choices (meaning you didn't choose them "of your own free will"), or those choices had no cause (unlikely--but even if your choices had no cause, that still wouldn't mean you had "free will"--it would mean they just happened for no reason at all).
Free will is a superstition. When people do wrong things, that's very unfortunate, but fundamentally it's not their fault. They did what they were compelled to by physics.
We're robots, man.
Whether or not events are deterministic or indeterministic is still unknown.
Same goes for choice. Personally I believe there is a high level of indeterministic chaos in the human mind.
>Personally I believe there is a high level of indeterministic chaos in the human mind.
You could be right. But that wouldn't give us a shred of free will.
It would make some of our actions random, meaning they couldn't be caused by our morals, or our personalities, or our knowledge, or our kindness, or our cruelty. They would just have no cause at all.
I think even actions caused by those things can still be indeterministic. You may be bored, and decide to post on /r9k/. Or you may be bored and decide to watch TV, a movie, etc. Unless you have a specific craving to do one thing, I believe the decision is indeterministic. Sure all of these actions are caused by the same force, but the result may have a large variance. Maybe one day when you choose to go out to run an errand, you may meet the girl you marry. When you could have easily decided to run the errands later.
I think these small variances of randomness have a large affect on many different decisions you make every day.