J.C.MacSwell Posted June 2, 2009 Share Posted June 2, 2009 No, it's still not; just because we don't have the knowledge does not mean that the knowledge is not there to be had. Since we will "certainly never know" the details results in the appearance of free will, but is still not free will proper. So currently our only hope for free will is quantum uncertainty (as opposed to just a lack of knowledge), but while that means it might be "free", the "will" might still be an illusion. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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