Only a reflective action is free — I wish this was my conclusion, but it’s Habermas. I agree and go the next step. I say, if Habermas, then free decision requires options. Free-will is affirmed in function when there is a choice. Choice becomes skewed in some measure when it depends on the person’s exposure to options — you cannot choose from options you do not know exist. Therein comes the notion of determinism.
So, there may be determinism in free will.
Next: Habermas on the rocks. Danke Jürgen!
whose decision is it anyway?How much are your decisions influenced by interests behind ideas and ideals that are not yours? Are you aware that by accepting, YOU make the convention? This is about ethics and moral development and annoying questions to raise awareness, and regain the compass to navigate with consciousness toward a better society.