No but it is what we call an avoidable/evitable event. And it is so because you could have ducked.
The future is what will happen, not what can happen. So if I describe the future as “you are hit by a brick”, well, then you are hit by a brick.
The point I am trying to make is that ‘inevitability’ is not a special mark of the future in a deterministic view: the future is always inevitable.
Hmm, you’re talking about the confusion between determinism and fatalism.
Yeah, maybe you are right. Many people equate these.
The key issue regarding free will is the concept of choices being *totally* up to us.
Totally? That sounds like finding the ground for ultimate responsibility. Can’t we forget that now?
As we know free will isn’t compatible with determinism (or indeterminism) unless you talk about a different concept of free will.
Why do I have the feeling you start from the beginning again… Libertarian free will is conceptual dead, isn’t it?