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There are two sides, obviously, to this argument, and those are if the choices we make in life are pre-determined or if we consciously make these decisions. In the study that you mentioned, and the post mentioned, the conductor of the experiment would ask the participant to raise their arm, but by looking a the brain, they saw that the brain made the choice of which arm to raise before the person was even aware of the decision. How can a person make self-determined choices, make sense of the world, and even self-actualize when neuroscientific evidence seems to indicate that our brains are making decisions before we even realize it? But this brings up another question, if free will isn't real, what is the point of life if we are just robots who are pre-programmed to make choices that we have no control of?
Most people would consider free will to be CONSCIOUSLY making the choice. If the choice is made before you consciously choose to is it still technically free will is what they're trying to decide.
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