What is Free Will
Can someone please explain free will?
|What is Free Will|
Ghost in the machine
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Posted Apr 10, 2012 - 7:24 AM:
I guess you've forgotten the definition of free will and that the first two principles guarantee that we can establish a set of realisable alternatives. Oh well, it's not my problem.
I haven't forgotten what I understand to be free will (the ability to choose among GRAs). But since you are obfuscating in your definition of free will by refusing to clarify what you mean by RAs (are they genuine or merely apparent?), then I can't speak to that point, because I haven't "forgotten" your definition: you've never said what it is in the first place, because you are hiding behind claims of "metaphysical neutrality". So, you've taken a metaphysical position while denying that metaphysical considerations are relevant.
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