Voluntarism (metaphysics) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Voluntarism (metaphysics) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  Have posted before that don’t believe in free will, or free won’t, believe that in fact we are entirely obligate, though demonstrating support for this view rigorously may present a challenge.  Have also noted four psychologies last century: Freud’s will to pleasure, Adler’s will to power, Frankl’s will to purpose, and Roger’s will to personhood.  This article briefly reviews the central place of will in thinking about gods and humans – unsurprising, given its centrality to the garden of eden story.  Will look up Fraassen’s principle of reflection.


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person thinking about life as a series of encounters between expectations and experiences, and applying ideas to ecology, ethics, epistemology, and education in various environments
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