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Old 08-07-2019, 07:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Max S. View Post
Either I misunderstand you or you misunderstand me, because I fail to see the difference between the "choice" made in the detonator analogy and the "choice" made in the strawberry analogy. Specifically I don't see any functional difference between a brain disorder which leaves only one possible option and predetermination which leaves only one possible option. Could point how they are different?

I'll take a stab at it.

We can observe and identify a brain disorder. We can even induce one. We've not yet identified predetermination except as a hypothesis. So they are different in the way that we can reproduce one and not the other.
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