Quote fromSo my observations were correct after all, damn. Transparent wool on a sheep or transparent glass would have been nice.
Someday, perhaps.. someday...
Quote from duke2112 »So my observations were correct after all, damn. Transparent wool on a sheep or transparent glass would have been nice.
Quote from Invertin »I didn't realize my thought process was an outside influence.
Quote from oZode »Whats about the yawning? You have no reason to yawn, you have no cause or influence to yawn, so yawning is proof of free will!
Admit defeat cetus, this is a fight you cant win!
Quote from seekercat »Isn't that called suicide?
Quote from oZode »I am totally serious, you are purely right, im surprised you don't believe me. Because i am a absolute moron .
Quote from you »you are obviously always right.
Quote from you also »We are always wrong, no exceptions.
Quote from Invertin »But I specifically chose to type that one thing.
Quote from cardgame »And you were born with your personality, and/or it was shaped by your environment, depending on what ideas you subscribe to; yet either of these options both are beyond your control.
Quote from Invertin »You are trying to tell me that any kind of response to anything is proof that free will does not exist.
I'm going to stop debating with you because your opinion is silly.
Quote from oZode »And all this is your counter argument because you are obviously always right. We are always wrong, no exceptions.
Quote from Invertin »I did not have to type derpdaherpdaderp. Or anything else. I could be perfectly fine sitting in a corner doing nothing. I had multiple options to choose. What outside force made me choose that course of action in particular?
Quote from Theend64 »As of right now, there are no external forces acting on me that would compel me to post this. The only forces doing so are internal forces such as the ed, ego, superego, etc. I.E. the only reason I'm posting is because I want to.
Quote from Bonabopn »Technically it's still free will, even if realistically it's not. One of the forces guiding his decision was free will, even though it seems not.
Quote from Dictionary.com »free will
1. free and independent choice; voluntary decision: You took on the responsibility of your own free will.
2. Philosophy . the doctrine that the conduct of human beings expresses personal choice and is not simply determined by physical or divine forces.