There is a story, probably apocryphal, about Martin Luther: Soon after he posted his famous “95 Theses” he was accused of heresy by officials of the Catholic church, the Diet of Worms. His answer was “Here I stand. I can do no other.” As if he were saying, “this is what I believe, integrity forces me to believe and to do this”. Is this a denial or an affirmation of free will? From a review of “Freedom Regained” by Julian Baggini.