I have another take on this. While you believe the duality is settled by determinism and lack of free will, I believe that it is settled by free will and lack of divine knowledge.I think it is most likely that all human actions are determined by causality and that no determined actions are free. Therefore no human actions are free.
So it seems to me that determinism cannot apply in many situations, and it is actually not a duality.
Why can't it apply in many situations and why is it not a duality? And what does it matter whether it is or is not a duality? I've never mentioned a duality.
What I mean by a duality is the same idea that light is envisioned as a duality between waves and particles. Neither conception is really complete while at the same time they both give a great deal of insight into the nature of light.
In the same sense, I consider it a duality to believe that “all is known” while we have “freedom of choice”. It is also paradoxical.
Going back to the anthropomorphism issue, for just a second. What I meant was that G-d being “all knowing” implies that G-d “knows” in the sense that man knows. That he / she knows something in his / her mind. This is corporealistic to me. If G-d is non-corporealistic, it seems to me that he / she cannot “know” all.