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Free Will is a moral and legal term not a scientific one, and trying to apply it to the sciences without understanding it’s meaning is the source of confusion and endless sophistry.
Free Will is a moral and legal term meaning, that at the scale of human action, given human knowledge and incentives, we possess the freedom to make just or unjust choices, speak justly or unjustly, and to take just or unjust actions.
So philosophically it’s a moral question. But its origin is in law: we are responsible for our actions, because it is possible for us to be responsible for our actions, because we are marginally indifferent in our potentional for action within the limits of moral and legal constraints.
IOW Free Will refers to a narrow scope of behavior, not to what it is possible to think, say or do.