The main flaw in both of the premises, imo, is that they each assume a cause/effect ontology, rather than a systemic ontology.

The main flaw in both of the premises, imo, is that they each assume a cause/effect ontology, rather than a systemic ontology.

In a systemic ontology, free will is neither confirmed nor denied. While it leaves us basically in the same place, a systemic view allows for either, neither or both views to prevail, so long as it’s functioning.

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