Does human psychology exist only as a subject because of our limited understanding of genetics, biology, and their reactions to environment?
1. If a person believes in religion, then events are subject to supernatural interventions. How then can one deny voodoo, black magic, reading of minds, evil curses, and the like?
2. Since science explains everything by cause and effect, how can anything we do be attributed to free will?
Fatalism and free will coexist.
Catholic strength or universal weakness?
Is there anything left in psychology if you remove all genetic explanations? Yes, psychology remains the explanation of the influence of environment. That might seem trivial until we consider that culture and education are aspects of environmental influence.
Can you always find the reasons that things happen? In fact, does the web of reasons extend so far that everything that does occur it linked to everything else that occurs?
Vote in Poll: Do you think everything is logically connected?