Does our capacity for intelligence prove the reality of our free will?
I was hearing one of your lecture on the Positive Thinking series, where you talk about freewill.
It occurred to me that one of the strong arguments for humans having freewill is the presence of intelligence. If we accept that humans have intelligence then it necessarily follows that they have freewill. One of the functions of intelligence is to evaluate and make choices, which is not possible without the presence of freewill. Is this correlation correct?
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