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Some points - we *do* know "how" memory is encoded; that is, Gary Lynch identified the micro changes in neurons that represent memory encoding. But this is like understanding how an AND gate works and trying to project that to a modern processor - in your head. "Free Will" as conceived by most people is the expression of a grand confusion about the state of affairs in the universe. Nobody really wants to act "arbitrarily", and there's little value in the idea, anyway. You make the choices that you think are best (for your definition of best) because of the confluence of information you have, experiences you've had, and the future you expect. I am certainly not going to assert that biology determines one's personality. Psychology News, Videos, Reviews and Gossip - io9. Where Did All the Middle Initials Go? To the Intellectuals. Recalibrate Your Reality.
5 Things Parents Forget About Being a Teenager. Take This Test And Find Out If You're A Fascist. One thing that I've found lacking from these sorts of tests is a little box next to each question so I could explain why I chose which answer.
The reason I feel this is necessary is because often the question can be interpreted multiple ways, andor the answers given don't match the answer that I would give. For example, question six: Every person should have complete faith in some supernatural power who's decisions he[sic] obeys without question.