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November 02, 2012


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I am free to pretend I am free; free to constantly recreate the illusion of freedom.

" Human beings, according to a believer in free will, manage somehow to stand outside the natural laws which govern the rest of the universe and, despite being inextricably a part of it, are somehow exempt from the inter-dependent causal relationships of its other elements"

There are different kinds of believer in FW. Oerton knocks down the easiest to knock down, the supernatural kind. Naturalists libertarians are another story. See


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