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Unread May 11th, 2006, 01:39 PM
TomJrzk TomJrzk is offline
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Default Re: Implications of Somatic Behavior Choice

Originally Posted by Fred H.
a “self” unable to understand that it’s unable to “understand
I would understand scientific proof. That you're not offering any supports my point: you can't understand what you're missing because of the illusion. The regret module alone shows that the impetus for humans to do the 'right' thing is physical and fallible; there can be no free-will-morality as long as this is so. Even you said that the mentally impaired can not be held morally responsible; why not, if 'morals' are not dependent on the brain??????

I am sorry, though, that I made you so angry that you feel justified in being so rude.
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