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Five Minutes With A C Grayling



I didn't like his answer for whether or not there is free will. I think that people approach the question wrong, because it's not a good question. If you really think about it, it makes zero difference whether or not we have free will. Even defining free will in an absolutely black and white sense is very difficult. When does influence become control and when does decision making become free will? There is way too much grey area to make a distinction and say yes or no.

I knew you'd say that.


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