On 4/15/2011 12:16 PM, Rex Allen wrote:
Critics of "free will in the absolute incompatibilist sense" are correct.

Critics of "compatibilist free will" object to the misuse of terms by
compatibilists, not to the concepts described by those terms.

There is no confusion.  The problem is quite clear...combatibilists
are engaged in word-jugglery.

It is not word-jugglery. It's legal terminology and distinguishes what someone does out of their personal desires as compared to what they do under threat of coercion. Compatibilist free will corresponds with the legal term.


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