Ok. I can see the disconnect clear as day here.
Yes, FREE WILL is a higher order.
It will not exist without the support of a structure _around it_.
But WITHIN that structure, it is free, that is, freely moving within established ranges, that is, without further constraints by the surrounding system.
I’ll watch the video. But I can see already that my argument is considered a meaningless redefinition by her, which is a side-stepping of the compatibilist argument altogether.
Oh I already don’t agree with super determinism; she has long talked about it and I’ve looked at it several times and it does not ‘jive’ with me because I find her definition of free will to be incomprehensible/ridiculous and therefore easy to dismiss.
But that is because I am working from a different definition of free-will that apparently is considered ridiculous by super determinists.