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tkuiper t1_j1z0vph wrote

This comes down to the semantics of what "free-will" means.

I think it can be agreed that there's a subjective 'free-will'. We know there's something going on. However, this 'thing' is challenging to describe in a way that doesn't evaporate under scrutiny.

It's a challenge of description, rather than a test of existence.


InTheEndEntropyWins t1_j1z456g wrote

Yep, you can summarise it with the statement libertarian free will doesn't exist but that doesn't matter since most people really mean compatibilist free will that does exist.