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for questions concerning the freedom of choice of rational agents (often as opposed to determinism)

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Short Answer: I think the necessary conditions for calling something a 'free-will' should be that 'you can take an action unhindered and uninfluenced by current and past events. Because this is what 9 …
answered Mar 18 '13 by Kriss
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In my experience we are not in control of what we want short-term, but with knowledge about ourselves and the world around us we can take control of what we want long-term (not in the sense that we ca …
answered Mar 17 '13 by Kriss