But somehow they don’t seem to realise that most people don’t and it is a problem. This philosophy does make a difference, I expect it is to you and your relationships.
I do realise it. Why do you think I don’t?
OK I accept that. You’re very much like Dennett, the emphasis is very much on the freedom we do have (very important) but very little on the other free will people generally believe in and what damage believing in it might do.
Ideally I’d like to see Dennett deal with both more. In his response to Bruce Waller, he said we can’t be “guilty in gods eyes” i.e can’t be ultimately responsible and “good ridence to that” or (something similar) but that’s about all you get and then it’s back to compatibilism.