Assuming a free-willist perspective, Where does free will come from?
Some possibilities(in the form of questions) and my opinions on them:
is it intrinsic to any conceivable idea, only physical things, maybe only Conscious beings(and exactly how specific would I need to go here)?
I would think that if we could isolate and analyze the free will from a specific agent, then we would see that it would be so incredibly biased that it would have lost its novelty, lost its randomness, lost the essential properties that make this(specific) free will truly "free".
Does it simply come out of nothing, and then affix itself to the agent?
If so, then it wouldn't be biased, but still, if it doesn't come specifically from the agent, then how is this free will free? Being forced to have this certain ability seems contradictory to having the ability itself.
Does it come from god?
Not only would free will from god not be a complete novelty(it would be very specific and very biased), but it would be, once again, given to me without my consent. As I said earlier, Being forced to have this certain ability seems contradictory to having the ability itself.
Any critiques on my thoughts or other ideas of where free will could come from?