Clint with all due respect, I suggest that your analysis here is quite fuzzy. You use a term like "you create control" as if the "you" actually exists empirically. What is this "you" and its "emotion" if not thought? Can you separate thought from neurons? Where does the "you" and the "emotion" reside? Can you have either without the brain? I'm still looking forward to your email which explains how you do all of these things that you claim.
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> [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Clint O'Dell
> Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 1999 7:12 AM
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> Subject: RE: Free Will
> I hate to bring this up again since obviously I don't have time to be
> replying to this post, but...
> Control is definately not just dendrites and synapses as Cameron Reilly
> suggests. When you recognize your programming and then alter your own
> programming you create control. The motive force that tells you
> to change
> the programming is desire. Desire comes from emotion. The
> changing of your
> programming complexes things then recomplexes things as you continue to
> change them based on your desire to do so that came from an
> emotional erge
> that in all creates the emergent property of free will.
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