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Although I have not seen any evidence that makes me think that determinism does not hold completely or that a true random number generator exists, I do not think that determinism and having no free will are equivalent. It seems that having no free will can hold without determinism being a necessary factor; determinism could be a strict, proper subset of having no free will. More specifically, if there exists a true random number generator in your head, then how are you controlling it? And, if you are not controlling it completely, then how do you have free will?

"What really interests me is whether God could have created the world any differently; in other words, whether the requirement of logical simplicity admits a margin of freedom."****p.344.
"'Why should I? Everyone knows me there' (upon being told by his wife to dress properly when going to the office). 'Why should I? No one knows me there' (upon being told to dress properly for his first big conference)." ****p.422.