No. You can prove that 1=1, and that 0=0. Proofs are done in positive statements with supporting statements. If you do not believe in free will, then our actions are predetermined and we're just waiting for the sand to fall. Your challenge is to prove that all outcomes are due to natural forces.
Proving that 0=1 is false is the same as proving that 0<>1 is true. Didn't you do proofs of inequalities in school?
Yes I did plenty and we didn't prove the world wasn't flat, we proved that it was round. You're attempting to use common language as a susbtitute for proper logical syntax.
Everything in nature is not predetrmined.
I agree, but your argument contradicts this. Without free will as a driver, all events would be a natural product.
There are also uncaused events. (These would of course be unintentional, without reasons.)
Your contradicting your previous statements on the relationship between reason and intention.
For fun, provide what you think would be an example of an "uncaused event."
Address my argument in the OP and show me where it is possible for free will to exist.
1) We can choose many actions.
2a) Any action can have many outcomes.
2b) An intellegent being can concieve and perceive of multiple outcomes even if not all outcomes.
3) We can choose to take no action.
4) Understanding an outcome means we have free will to drive and event.
If you could see the future, you'd know what you'd have done. Knowing what you've done means you can choose to do something different. This is free will. The only functional difference between being able to see the future and predicting the future based on your observation is the difference between absolute certainty and being mostly certain. Free will exists withotu having to see the future because we only need to understand a possible outcome, we don't need it to be verified prior to the choice.