We review a number of physical theories that have profound implications for human freedom, specifically a number of controversial theories that deny the existence of a collapse of the quantum-mechanical wave function, which is the ultimate source of chance, indeterminism, free will, and creativity. These theories share a dislike of indeterminism that grew from Albert Einstein's famous dictum "God does not play dice." He also objected, perhaps even more strongly, to the non-local character of quantum reality, which suggested that "influences" were traveling faster than the speed of light, violating his theory of special relativity.
Determinism and Non-Locality
Entropy and Information
The Basic Hypotheses of Quantum Physics