I was just on another thread and was thinking of how free will and no-free will could be seen as another example of a false dilemma or two more of Nagarjunas Negations.
The reasoning being that we are not exactly and absolutely separate processes or beings and are not even absolutely separate from the environment we find ourselves in. Also in conjunction with constant change, we are conditional beings that depend on everything else working in unison (Dependant Origination). How could our decision making ability be any less so? We have neither free will nor no-free will... We have conditional will. The Wright Brothers did not just sprout wings.
Human vs nature? There is no vs. Humans either work with nature or not at all.
So many false dichotomies at play when we examine the nature of Interbeing.