Post Number:#46 February 4th, 2010, 9:52 am
boagie wrote:Free choice and freewill are two different concepts, you have no ability to not react to your environment, for even an inaction is a reaction to said environment. You have free choice within a given context of alternatives, but you will react in one way or another. One must be motivated to react/act that infers cause, and environment is cause. Unless by defination free choice is freewill, freewill does not exist, again, you have no choice but react to your environment.
Apparently there is no point in discussing free will with a rock.