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Author Topic:   Free will but how free really?
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Message 181 of 182 (842796)
11-08-2018 3:09 PM
Reply to: Message 179 by 1.61803
11-06-2018 3:17 PM


Re: Two cents
The science is fairly established and documented. It is a fact that scientist can tell up to 7 seconds in some instances you are going to make a choice and move before you are even aware of a conscious choice to do so.
On the contrary, this is a matter of considerable debate among neuroscientists. There's enormous difficulty in the interpretation of the measurements in these experiments. Stile was raising one such difficulty. Simply saying 'no, it's a fact' doesn't do much to address the difficulty.

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