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Free Will or Determinism: Do We Have Free Will?
Each choice only has one outcome that becomes reality.
Even if alternate timelines exist where a different choice is made, in each of those timelines there is only one outcome as well.
One may still have a will, as in choices they can make autonomously. But their supposed will is not free, since it's bound by only having one outcome.
Free will refers to the existence of a choice between two potential actions, not for the possibility of choosing two contradictory actions at once and both actions actually being taken.