As I am bound to paraphrase, Free Will is the ability to do somehthing
completely stupid!

George Levy wrote:
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> Now let's look at observing free will in the self. Do we perceive
> ourselves to be indeterminate in our behavior? Absolutely sometimes.
> When the decision is clear then free will is really not an issue. Free
> will becomes important when the decision factors are close to being
> evenly split. In those cases, before a decision is made, there is no way
> to know what this decision will be unless one makes the decision. If
> someone asked you why did you choose this, you wouldn't be able to say.
> This is free will. 
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> George
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