> Cannot comment, don't know what ASCII string "free will" means and neither
> do you.
> John K Clark
Of course there are various degrees to which it can be free but that
doesn't mean "free will" is a meaningless string. Freedom is defined by
the observer. I note the freedom I have in choosing my beliefs. I am not
bound to agree with you nor am I bound to disagree with you.
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defines free will as follows
"“Free Will” is a particular sort of capacity of rational agents to choose
a course of action from among various alternatives. "
So what is the fuss about?
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