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Unread February 16th, 2006, 12:25 AM
Margaret McGhee Margaret McGhee is offline
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Default Re: A Free Will Challenge

Fred, you said,

Conclusion: The behavior and morality of all alley cats are similar, suggesting that the cats lack free will. OTH, the behavior and morality of humans, e.g. Tom and Fred, are not similar, suggesting that humans may have at least some free will . . . certainly more than alley cats.
You seem to be suggesting that animals who exhibit the same behavior under similar conditions don't have free will.

Does this mean that if you could convince every male to be as moral as you then none of you would have free will?

Alternatively, if the fact that Tom and Fred's behavior is different means that humans have some free will as you say, how does someone know which one of you has it?


Last edited by Margaret McGhee; February 16th, 2006 at 01:56 AM. Reason: Clairfy
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