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Free will / free won't
 

Free-will is the philosophical notion that we deliberately choose and act, which is discredited by experimental evidence; and free won’t is the more defensible notion that, although we may not be free to choose and act, we can terminate choices and actions once they have been automatically initiated.

 

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