Something Sam Harris said
I skimmed the essays that Dan Dennett and Sam Harris wrote to each other (they were way too damn long), and something caught my eye in Harris' response to Dennett (emphasis mine): 2. You believe that determinism at the microscopic level (as in the case of Austin’s missing his putt) is irrelevant to the question of human freedom and responsibility. I agree that it is irrelevant for many things we care about ( it doesn’t obviate the distinction between voluntary and involuntary behavior, for instance ), but it isn’t irrelevant in the way you suggest. Provided we all agree that liberarian free will is bullshit, I don't see a meaningful distinction between the statements I did something by choice I did something voluntarily Aaaand, discuss.