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Re: There Is Instinct And Free Will In All Life (ratio Varies)

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Posted by S.H. Le on October 8, 1999 00:59:20 UTC

Hi Philosifer. : The way you've chosen to define free will (we're all different); I have no choice but to agree with you. However, most people don't define free will that way. Most people think that free will is exclusively human, and that it is essentially the idea that all decisions we make are spontaneous, and uncaused.

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