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“This is a funny question: we all know what it means to do something. But the problem is, if the act wasn’t determined in advance, by your desires, beliefs, and personality, among other things, it seems to be something that just happened, without any explanation. And in that case, how was it your doing?”

Thomas Nagel, What Does It All Mean?

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