not really. let me give an example<br />
"sir, what kind of cheese would you like on your sandwich"<br />
does that count?
i mean yes, i was saying no to your description lol
what about a favorite color?
i can possibly understand maybe a traumatic experience dealing with a color or a very positive one but anything else escapes me. Would you give me the same answer if i mentioned music?
That sounds a little far fetched to me. I would be much more inclined to believe that music preference is mainly related to the culture ( what you parents, friends, neighborhood, school, radio listened to) that one is brought up in, rather than a genetic sequence.
Our genetics are pretty much the same as when we were apes, correct? So how could we be pre-disposed to like something like music that did not even exist back then?
I would like to read up on some studies that may have been done that point to where you stand in the argument.
Also the counterargument, so that we're not leading a one sided argument here.
Yes we do have free will.
My genes don't tell me what do do. I've never tasted sushi , and one day i'll choose to taste it. I'm planning to buy a jet pack real soon
curiosity , I'm pretty damn retarded on both of those fields