The issue I guess is that you see hormones, and genetic/trained conditioning as being in 100% control of our lives. You don't believe that they are just an influencing factor, but rather believe that they are the ONLY factor, and consciousness plays no part.
No, I don't really care about hormones or genes. I talk about desires/intentions - isn't that consciousness?
No, consciousness is not 'just that'.
After reading your comment about genes and hormones, your argument didn't make any sense, and I had to go back through your posts to see what you were talking about. After going back through your posts, I see you made suppositions that you simply haven't explained, and continue not to explain.
There are only 3 possible ways your action can originate:
1) When you have reasons for your action - then the action is the result of those reasons.
But I have a logical case for saying that all human actions are caused by reasons
How do you arrive at your reasons?
2. If I don't choose my desire Y freely, then my choice X is determined by something I didn't choose freely and hence X is not my free choice.
You've connected that desire must
be translated into action. But we humans often have multiple competing desires within ourselves. We choose one action, that may not meet a desire, so a claim (which you may not be making) that a desire must equal action, is in error. In any event, the question comes back again - what causes the desire?
I talk about freedom of choice in the ultimate sense. Ultimately you cannot freely choose anything, because you are compelled to your choice by conditions that are outside your control and so ultimately all you choices are outside your control.
You don't specificy what sort of conditions, and why they are out of your control.