Posted: Nov 29, 2016 2:45 pm
by Cito di Pense
Fenrir wrote:I don't see how this undermines the possibility of free will.

This is so funny. If only somebody came along and did enough 'undermining', the question would be settled. I mean, you could prove free will just by sufficiently undermining the notion that there isn't any free will.

Sadly, undermining never achieves anything but potholes. One thing that will never be undermined is undermining.

Just don't read 'undetermined' as 'undermined'. Not even on purpose.

Undermining possibility is not easy. Undermining expectation is easier.