I know how you guys were trying to boast about how dark triad and intelligent you are, but since I'm more intellectually honest than you, I did some actual research.
I find this model really represents what I was trying to say. It represents the gut instincts I had regarding this issue, but is much more eloquent and comprehensive than I could have presented it:
Again, beyond the Dennett and Mele models, the Cogito Model proposes a specific process that avoids the single "quantum event in the brain" that gets amplified perfectly in time with our thought processes to help with free will. There are billions of quantum events in the brain every second. The miracle of the mind is that it can manage the resulting noise, averaging over these events when it needs to, utilizing them when it wants to.
Because the agent is actively controlling the process of deliberation up to the instant of the determining decision at the 'moment of choice,' the Cogito Model shares much with agent-causal views, without being metaphysical.
The "free" stage of the Cogito Model depends on thermal and quantal noise in the neural circuitry of the brain. This noise introduces errors in the storage and retrieval of information, noise that may be helpful in generating alternative possibilities for action.
The "will" stage of the Cogito Model suppresses this noise for the adequately determined process of evaluation and decision, unless the will is satisfied with a random choice in special cases of the liberty of indifference.
The Cogito Model is compatible with indeterminism suitably located and determinism appropriately limited.
It is thus "doubly compatible" with indeterminism and "adequate" determinism. This suggests what we call a Comprehensive Compatibilism.
The Cogito Model is arguably closer to the common sense or "folk" view of free will than any other free will model.
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