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Darwinian Free Will

Your premises are wildly unjustified. Even if #1 didn't beg the question (as pointed out by others) ... it's also just a wild unfounded supposition. Why should free-will (if it exists) be connected to ...
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Darwinian Free Will

1 begs the question. 2-6 are unnecessary because 1 assumes that there is free will (that which is not, gives not). 5 is false. Being able to spawn healthy offspring which grew to adulthood in five ...
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Darwinian Free Will

That is not an argument at all. Free will is not a theory that should be argued for or against. Free will is just a name given to a phenomenon, real or imaginary. In your first "premise" you ...
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