Free will- To choose or not to choose, is that the question?
I have been reading and watching people who say the there isn't any free will and/ or that free will is an illusion. Their argument appears contrived and it doesn't follow from what they say. And to me it's as if someone is making a big fuss out of nothing. So from the beginning we see:
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy has:
“Free Will” is a philosophical term of art for a particular sort of capacity of rational agents to choose a course of action from among various alternatives.If that is what they are talking about then it seems obvious to me that, free will, if you can deny it exists, you have it.