> From: Lyne Katherine <email@example.com>
> but isn`t the element of choice the issue as you suggest?
Choice is an interesting question to raise. Do we really have a
choice in our behaviours? According to behaviourism, we have no
'free will', we essentially react to our environment with a vast set
of responses. Do we truly have 'free will' in what we
do or are we constrained by our environment and social surrounds. Do
we react to a situation as we chose to do, or do we just react?
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