Our basic question

has been answered.

Πλαίσιο κειμένου: •	In nature, along with the strict determinism, there exists freedom too, provided by the very nature of the material bodies.
•	The uncertainty located at the atomic level due to the wave nature of matter, passes through the collisions which cannot be strictly defined, 
in the form of freedom to all phenomena. 
•	In the world the Natural Law rules without limitation.

Its validity is undeniable but it is just a bit flexible.

It determines with finite precision what will happen. 
•	In our desire to predict the future there are two obstacles. 
•	The first one, the more immediate, is the result of our ignorance.

This is constantly being pushed further back because of the steady increase of our knowledge.
•	The second, the more remote, lies in the nature of the Cosmos.

It has nothing to do with our shortcomings.

It stands motionless there for ever and is the absolute limit to our knowledge.
•	The Natural Law offers freedom as a basic component of the Cosmos 
on an equal standing with the necessity of obedience.
•	Freedom is not a fantasy and not a delusion. 

It is a part of the world. 
•	Life itself is a product of this freedom. 
•	In cases of great amplification, for example in the phenomenon of life 
or in the function of the central nervous system, freedom appears so powerfully that it becomes evident. 
•	One species can evolve; one person can make decisions which (on a large or small scale) can influence the course of the Cosmos.

The Natural Law itself guarantees this. 
•	That a species or an individual always makes good use of freedom 
(i.e. in the sense of preserving and developing life on Earth) this is not guaranteed by anyone.

With many thanks to Mrs Mary Ktenides for assisting with the English translation.

P. Bekiaroglou

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