Why do we want to believe we have free will so much even though we really don't?

Asked by: psychohare360
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  • A terrible question

    First off, this isn't a yes or no question.
    Second, this assumes a controversial and unproven basis.
    Free will is not disproven. See that debate for details, but the essence is that the concept is made possible by the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum physics and made more likely by the existence of self-awareness and consciousness.
    Basically, don't pose large, unanswerable questions with all answers based upon another large, unanswered question.

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