Does compatibilism recognize a difference between "we have free will" and "we have a will"?
An upward arrow shaped like a human looking up?
Determinism means that you were not the creator of the circumstances that led to the decision you made. So, in a sense, it does make it not really "your" decision.
What makes this obviously wrong? I mean, aside from preferences, why would it not make sense to start with a universe in a current state you like and end up with a state you dislike?
If I ceased to exist there would still be people that suffered without a choice. Ceasing to exist wouldn't change this while if everything ceased to exist, it'd change.
This just doesn't seem right. Perhaps no amount of happy living outweighs suffering beyond a certain amount.
If suffering has far greater dis-utility for you than happy living has utility, is it logical to conclude that it'd be a good thing if the universe ceased to exist, thereby preventing all future suffering at the cost of all future life?
What if the 3^^^3 people were one immortal person?
Would you prefer that one person be horribly tortured for eternity without hope or rest, or that 3^^^3 people die?