I wouldn’t have a problem with being an automaton but I also believe that free will is true and exists.

 

  • I wouldn’t have a problem with being an automaton but I also believe that free will is true and exists.

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    Predictive capability? Chomsky can’t capture gibberish. But I can produce it. It is within my degrees of freedom. Insomuch as I *may* be an automaton, I have free will.

    I don’t think free will is necessarily intangible however. But it may be at its deepest root, unpredictable without being random. Patternless once the stereotypes are removed from it.
  • Kenneth Udut We cannot analogize our experience of subjectivity to anything else. It is unique. A singularity perhaps. Humans cannot comprehend things that cannot be analogized in some way; this is my belief and so in that sense, it may always remain intangible to *us*, but perhaps not fundamentally intangible.

 

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