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Old 08-06-2019, 01:16 PM
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Originally Posted by KidCharlemagne View Post
My definition is definitely not compatibilist. I'm not sure how you're deriving that from my post.
You wrote: "Let's define free will as human action/feelings/thoughts being causally or absolutely determined as opposed to Daniel Dennet's Compatibilism which essentially defines free will as an internal sense of choice."

Compatibilism is any philosophy where determinism and free will both exist. You define free will human actions being determined. Perhaps you meant to write "not being causally or absolutely determined", but as it stands your definition of free will actually invokes determinism, therefore it is compatibilist.