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Raeto West 101722.35 at CompuServe.COM
Sun May 11 17:20:49 EST 1997


On free will, many people seem to expect that, if determinism is 
true, that should make a difference to them. In fact, if 
everything is pre-determined, it would [no doubt] be far too 
complicated to preduct anything exactly, even if all laws of the 
universe had been discovered. Why do people seem to think it 
would be humanly possible to predict anything useful, if it were 
proven that everything is determined?
Rae West.



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