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A Scientific Case Against The Idea We Have Free Will?
"Arguments about free will are mostly semantic arguments about definitions. Most experts who deny free will are arguing against peculiar, unscientific versions of the idea, such as that "free will" means that causality is not involved." Slate 09/26/13
Posted September 26, 2013 08:52 AM




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