Your attitude is condescending and ad hominem.
Yes. I know. I am angry that when I write an answer on your question which clearly says that there are no ‘parts of our brains can override our determining factors’ that you insist that I must think there are.
I haven’t done that.
No. But there are other ways to get somebody angry. One is when somebody gives an honest answer on a question, and then you react as if he has written something completely different.
Here is your question again:
What part of the human brain is completely independent from the rest of the brain, is not affected by factors the rest of the brain is subject to, and is able to think and make decisions without those pesky determining factors we are unaware of that drive the other part of the brain?
None of course.
Then I add:
on physical level we of course are not in control
And then you react:
Then you must think that some part of our brains can override our determining factors.
The rest of my reaction is to show that your criterion for free will (overriding the determining factors of your brain, being in control) is problematic. And that there is another meaning for the concept of free will, that fully supports our daily practice of assigning responsibility, calling some actions free and others not.
Got it? Another meaning. Not your ‘overriding the determining factors of your brain, being in control’.
But in your reaction you just use your meaning again. You do not even show that you understand that I say there is another meaning.
That makes me angry, yes.
I am not angry because you would not agree with me. I am angry because your reactions have nothing to do with what I wrote, and then you think you can tell me what I ‘must think’ How can you tell me what I ‘must think’ when you do not read what I write?