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Free Will

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 6, 2002 03:49:12 UTC

I was just sitting here pondering aimlessly, whilst trying to come up with a definition for free will. I've been in several debates with folks here, but never bothered to define it. Does this jive with people's idea of it? (for future reference)

Free Will: A condition that, if a living system is given the one set of inputs, could produce multiple possible outputs.

Now, I ask, if this is the case, how does this definition differ from randomness?

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