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I suggest that the proposal is unsound. While it may or may not be the case that one must decide to make a decision, the same applies to a non-free will decision and so the paradox in fact says nothing about free will. Given that we clearly can make decisions, whether or not by free will, it follows that the infinite recursion proposal must be incorrect.


Much of the motivation to reject free will is the common belief that the physical world is deterministic. However, the physical world is not deterministic -- it instead appears to be stochastic in both classical and quantum physics. Relative to classical physics, several physicists in the last several decades have been exploring "classical" cases ...

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