I think most of the battling is over the ambiguity possible with unclear definitions of free will. Yet, those that try to pin it down to a precise definition will sometimes do so in such a way that you can’t possibly agree it exists if you go along with their logic. So, having it vague is kind of a good thing I think. For me, I go with embodied cognition for the most part. It tears up that mind-body problem thingie as we’re part of systems that we contribute to and contributes to us.

I think most of the battling is over the ambiguity possible with unclear definitions of free will. Yet, those that try to pin it down to a precise definition will sometimes do so in such a way that you can’t possibly agree it exists if you go along with their logic.

So, having it vague is kind of a good thing I think.

For me, I go with embodied cognition for the most part.

It tears up that mind-body problem thingie as we’re part of systems that we contribute to and contributes to us.

US is an oligarchy. Saw that study about 6 – 7 years ago and it confirmed a lot of stuff. We crossed the line officially but it was going that way anyhow. Now we’re seeing it in full bloom.

I vote because of the smaller elections anyhow. I don’t care that much about the President. All a bunch of assholes.

I grew up in a one square mile town in NJ and watched my single vote change things locally. Kids got a skate park and it was a good thing. I know my vote directly contributed to the right people that made that happen.

SO locally? yeah, it works, or it can.

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