from Confronting Our Freedom (with Peter Block), 1971

“It is true, of course, that the fact of free will is vague, elusive and perhaps unclear. However, its existence, its actual presence in experience is nevertheless certain. It is as vague and as certain as anxiety, joy, a toothache and love. The action exists and manifests itself as a ubiquitous and important fact. The fact of free will is pervasive–we are never without it.”

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