On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com> wrote:
> There is no meaningful difference between will and free will.
The will is in the state it is in for a reason or for no reason, but
according to Craig Weinberg your free will is in the state it is in for no
reason and isn't in the state it is in for no reason, therefore the
meaningful difference between will and free will is that one is gibberish
and the other is not.
> All will implies the capacity to intentionally control, which is not
> logically consistent with 100% determinism.
Your ideas are not logically consistent with determinism and they are not
logically consistent with indeterminism, in other words your ideas are so
bad they're not even wrong.
> Execution is not intended to alter the behavior of the prisoner.
I don't give a hoot in hell what the intention was, it remains a fact
beyond dispute that execution DID alter the behavior of the prisoner.
John K Clark
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