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Imagine being a pilot. Involuntary action is the part of the flight on autopilot. Voluntary action is where you are required to take control. You know where you are going, so your fate is set. Yet, flying still requires your participation. Now imagine being the same pilot, but not being told where you are going. Many external factors influence your ...


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Suppose I place a mind-control hat on you and move you around with a remote control like a puppet. You are desperately trying to resist these actions but are physically unable. That would clearly be an example of non-voluntary action. But why should my mind-control hat be considered different than any other external forces that drive your actions, such as ...


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