Sorry for not entirely paying attention to this thread but pro-longed walls of text using words are qualitative, proteins, code, chemistry, neurons in same sentences seriously bore me.
This thread is based on an older thread in which I participated, so I will just try to repeat what I have said. The thing I have originally said was that majority of people aren't free anway, there isn't any freedom without free will and there isn't any free will without freedom.
For a person to be truly free, that person has to have all following conditions:
- Salary big enough to cover basic necessities
- Salary big enough to be able to have some savings
- Salary big enough to be able to pay also for the unnecessary things
- Enough spare time for the personal development
As I have said many people have just enough money to cover basic necessities and when they get home after the work they are just happy they can turn on the TV and switch off their brains. The thing is that without money, spare time and a desire to do something about themselves they can never break this circle, therefore effectively being slaves of the system (education is expensive and often even horribly obsolete). Another problem is that people can make a decision about their future careers very early in their lives. Many people study for a server (because many of their friends do the same) and later in life they are horrified about their decisions that directly ruined their lives).
So, as described above, only person with money and spare time can develop, can study and can have the experience so only such person is truly free. You could say that a person without any money but with enough time on their hands can still learn a lot of new things and it is true, but the options for such a person are very limited (e.g. for public libraries, not a personal library).
You could also say that a person with enough money and spare time still can lack the desire to learn new things and therefore cannot develop and I say yes to this, too, but that person still has that possibility if wanted but a person that is a slave to the system cannot change its position no matter how harder he/she would wish so.