Descartes and Nagel on Free Will

In the Meditations on First Philosophy, Descartes claims that humans are responsible for error based on the interaction between free will and the understanding. Please thoroughly explain Descartes’ position on this interaction.
Using the Nagel essay, how might somebody reject Descartes’ claim that somebody is responsible for error?

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