On Jun 3, 12:38 pm, John Clark <johnkcl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 2, 2012 Brian Tenneson <tenn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > The capacity (which can be defined) of an agent (which can be defined) to
> > be able (which can be defined) to choose (which can be defined)
> If it can be done then do so! Explain "choose" in a way that shows it is
> not deterministic and also not random, find a way to say that a choice did
> not happen for a reason and did not happen for no reason,
How about this. You try moving your arm with an explanation or a
reason or with no reason. Did it move? Now just move your arm. Was it
a lack of explanation or reason or randomness that was preventing you
from FREEly excercising your WILL over your own arm?
Please explain how your arm moved in a way that shows it is purely
deterministic or purely random, find a way to say that a reason or non-
reason alone caused it without the assistance of your choice, and do
so in away that is not embarrassingly self contradictory. Do that and
you have not lost the argument.
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