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    to ground it

    I agree that it is morally repugnant to reject free will, but why? It's because we know we have it! The only question is What is required to ground it?


    What does it mean here?


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    Re: to ground it

    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    I agree that it is morally repugnant to reject free will, but why? It's because we know we have it! The only question is What is required to ground it (in reality)?


    What does it mean here?
    In other words, we have a feeling that it exists but until there is physical evidence it cannot be proven.

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