Authors: Colin James III
We find intermediate arguments are either not tautologous as expected or not contradictory as expected. By weakening certain arguments they can be coerced to become contradictory as the original proposer intended. Nevertheless, we therefore conclude that he non-existence proof of free will is refuted.
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