On Sun, May 13, 2012  meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:

> just noting that it's still for a reason or not doesn't mean it's not
> coerced or free.

If the reason you acted the way you did was "because I wanted to" then
you're free, if it was because of some other reason then you are not, and
either that reason itself happened for some other reason of it did not
happen for some other reason. I would not have thought that was a
controversial statement but for some bizarre reason (or perhaps for no
reason at all) around here it is,

> Free means not-coerced.

And coerced means not free, I already figured that out.

  John K Clark

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