Adler: ... a freedom which is man's natural endowment. The freedom of his will by which he is able to choose freely and free choice consists of being able to choose otherwise - no matter how you choose - you could have chosen otherwise. That's freedom of choice. Moyers: If you choose A, you could have chosen B. Adler: And that, I think we do have, we do possess though there are determinists you know, scientists who think that man doesn't have free will, but if we have it, we have it by inherent or native endowment. So I call that the natural freedom of self-determination. Moyers: It comes with the trip. Adler: That's right.