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RE: Curiosity And Creativity Don`t Necessarily Indicate Free Will

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Posted by Greg Armel on October 11, 2000 05:51:23 UTC

Tenacious,

Free-Will does not necessitate our being the source of first cause, but rather simply that the matter of choice is not dictated upon us. By your perception, the Law of Gravity denies us Free-Will because we cannot choose to float freely upon the ether. It is really no more complex then choosing between chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry ice cream. :o)

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