I better give up now.<quoted text>
YOU brought up the term "legally insane" as to whether or not under a hypothetical of no free-will would someone be considered guilty. You are going to really say you didn't bring the law into it when you use terms like "legally insane" to try to explain why they would still be guilty even if they didn't know what they were doing was wrong?
C'mon man, that is what you were arguing. Except not knowing what we are doing is wrong is different than being able to act voluntarily
I really don't care any more either way. Any way someone wants to look at it, without free-will we can't be responsible for our actions, and we should be
I realize I will not be able to get through to you.
I'm going to exercise my free will and end this exchange.