On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 12:29 PM, Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> If it doesn't make sense to you then you can append "pseudo-" whenever
>> you talk about deciding something or having free will. We make
>> pseudo-decisions and have pseudo-free will. People who make bad
>> pseudo-decisions get into trouble; I did it against my pseudo-will
>> because he held a gun to my head; and so on.
> If it's causally efficacious (gets real people into real trouble) the
> it can't be pseudo.
An automatic pilot has pseudo-free will according to you but it is
still causally efficacious. However, if your argument is now that if
it's causally efficacious it is real then not pseudo, then that's fine
too - and compatible with determinism.
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