The Determinist Libertarian

 Posted on August 03, 2010 in Uncategorized

People can't choose what they desire, but they "choose" what they desire, and should generally be able to do what they "choose."

That is, people can't choose to want one thing over another (because what they desire is controlled entirely by their environment and heredity), but it appears to them (illusorily) that they choose the thing that they desire, and they should not generally be constrained from acting on those illusory choices.

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