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Posted by Aurino Souza on July 8, 2002 15:22:15 UTC

" you can 'will' anything to happen as much as you want, but unless you can send a signal down to your leg to move it, that will doesn't count for anything. "

I'm not debating that, you are missing my point. Where does your will come from? Why do you 'want' to do some things? Where does the energy which eventually translates into muscular movement come from? Where does it go to if you decide not to move your limb against your 'will'?

I'm just trying to answer those questions, but if I sound authoritative I can guarantee you are misunderstanding me.

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