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DoseNation 39: Freewill and Determinism

Hosts Jake Kettle and James Kent discuss freewill and determinism and why James dislikes philosophical discussions. Also discussed, Jake and James wish Noam Chomsky a Happy Birthday, talk about human rights, address 9-11 conspiracies, and analyze the motivations of an alien invasion. This and more on DoseNation.

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davey. : 2013-12-28 21:32:32
I petered out on intention to comment as I listened in on discussion. One last comment, now a few weeks later and show pretty much erased from working memory... I will say strategy of offering limited nonchoices as a way of placating people and getting them to do what you want is the oldest trick in the parenting book. Classroom teachers get lots of mileage out of this trick too. Its not only a nefarious secretive mind control program run on the general public by a powerful elite... its also one of the main ways we manipulate eachother in the daily course of things...
Happy new year all
davey. : 2013-12-17 20:29:21
This is a goofy idea: free will can be completely expunged or squashed in a person. I have know idea how this one could be supported. I do remember a quote from r.a.w. maybe to the effect of "they have no idea how big their cages could be". fits in here....
davey. : 2013-12-17 20:20:38
Maybe this is kinda annoying, but I thought I'd make comments as I tune in to your discussion. First comment: this interesting: identical twins sometimes have differing handedness (one south paw, one north) so this trait is only genetically influenced. Early developmental differences seem to play a role, but I don't think anyone has figured out how this all,works.

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