I thought this might be an interesting discussion. If you express an opinion, I'd assume there is a philosophical or religious overlay involved, so please include if it applies. For the sake of the argument, I can happily follow the laws of society, or I can steal a pack of gum (which I did once), or I could pick up my gun and shoot myself if I chose to. Does my morality prevent me from doing this, or could a situation become so grim that death appears to be the best choice? Does this constitute free will? Are we saddled with our morality or do we pick and choose what it (morality) will be? I believe that within the limits of physical model that I exist in combination with the moral spectrum I acquired/formulated/or was given, that I do have free will to act within those limits, to be responsible or irresponsible I still consider it to be free will although I understand that my morality curbs my choices. My poll choice was "kinda". I believe that while morality limits our free will, morality makes us who we are so for my intents it is free will of sorts. Poll Choices divided into 2 parts- one believing in traditional religion (theist), not meant as a negative label, or two having an agnostic, atheist, etc (alternate, Alt). 1. Yes- complete free will. 2. Kinda- within the limits of individual morality. 3. No- morality is a harness that restricts free will. 4. No- we are on a path out of our control (puppet on a string). 5. Thinking about it. 6. I don’t want to think about it and don’t have an opinion. Explanation of choices: I'd like to distinguish between choice No.2 and 3. They both consider morality a harness, but for a personal perspective, someone who picks number 2, still thinks we have the freedom to chose right from wrong, but the person who picks No.3, feels more strongly that the harness of morality removes anything that could be describes as free choice. And the difference between 3 and 4 is the difference between being able to choose within a spectrum versus being a puppet on a string controlled by external forces with basically no say. One of the choices has a typo with an "o" at the beginning.