greeney2 wrote:Maybe you can explain what the underlined refers to in your own information, and that there is NO CONCENCEOUS AMONG RESEARCHERS? it says there are different concepts as to the definiation of "Free will" and what it means, not just to you and I, but in the world of science related researchers. What more do you want?
I never said there was only one possible definition of free-will, I just said yours would appear to not be valid as it's not covered in any dictionary or encylopedia I have seen.
There is an issue with agreeing to a strict definition as the underlines implies, but it only suggests one experiment does not cover all definitions of free-will. That's okay, because I cited three that would seem to cover all common definitions.
Even if we do accept your strange definition of free-will, it is still unlikely to exist because the brain's processing has been shown to be aware of what we are going to think, at an unconscious level, before we consciously think it, or are aware of the thought. The brain is in complete control whatever way you spin it, and not at a conscious level.