On Jun 18, 6:03 pm, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
> On 6/18/2012 9:36 AM, 1Z wrote:
> >>> About nc-free-will, I have not any idea (yet?) about what it could mean. 
> >>> I tend to agree
> >>> >  >  with John on this.
> >> >  It seems pretty clear.  It's an ability to make decisions in a spirit 
> >> > realm and have them
> >> >  implemented in the physical realm.
> > No: it;'s the ability to have made a difference but still rational
> > decision under the
> > same circumstances.
> What does 'same circumstances' mean?  Does it mean the same physical state 
> down to the
> lowest level, or does it just mean the same at the level of description of a 
> police report?
> Brent

Good question. If you get very fine grained, then FW does start to
look random or even "contra
causal".  I think for FW to be feasible we need to mean external
circumstances but not internal
states. I call that the doughnut theory.

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