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Control paradox

The Control paradox states that a live or conscious man will also be controlled either by others, or by themselves, so the idea of control will be operating on them. Certainly, medically speaking, man need a certain amount of control systems to keep working, but this is more a philosophy about whether if we have free will we are completely free.

It could easily changed round: No man is free from freedom, because even when they are free from others' control, they are under their own control.



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