## A simple argument against freewill. Miracle?

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Well, there's an assumption I'm making and that's our will, the way it works, is "explained" through position and velocity of particles. I'm wrong in assuming that particle interaction has such a limited vocabulary. Thanks.
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Yes, I'm not a scientist but the Wikipedia article clearly states that particles follow Newtonian physics. I'll quote wikipedia article on Newton's laws of motion below:

https://www.physlink.com/education/askexperts/ae392.cfm <---that's the standard view in physics. That's not to say that it's correct, but it's the conventional view.
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:ok:

The word "particle" is ambiguous. Thanks.
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The word "particle" is ambiguous.

A particle, as a field quantum, is spread out, as kind of a lump.
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Prove I haven't.
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