Explain why someone might argue that “the argument from the way things feel” is not a very good response to hard determinism.

Explain why someone might argue that “the argument from the way things feel” is not a very good response to hard determinism.Explain why the case of someone who behaves as though she’s in pain but shows no electrical activity in the “pain region” of her brain is supposed to be an objection to the identity theory of mind.What does Ayer take a free action on to be? What role does his account of a free action play in his argument against hard determinism?