On 6/6/2012 9:08 AM, Brian Tenneson wrote:
Speaking of the legal aspect,
Yes, Hitler exercised his *insert gibberish here* when he issued orders to kill 
the Jews.
IF "*gibberish*" does not exist, then how can we hold criminals culpable in that they had no choice but to commit crime? Seems unfair to punish anyone under those circumstances.

Interestingly, Bill Press at UT has recently shown why the idea of placing a high value on justice and fairness might have evolved along with a theory of mind including 'free will':



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