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The main article for this category is Free will.
Free will is often contrasted with Determinism.

Sections

Intention

Mind control

Personhood

  

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Action (philosophy)

Action theory (philosophy)

Agency (LDS Church)

Agency (philosophy)

Akrasia

Alvin Plantinga's free will defense

Arbitrariness

Argument from free will

Choice

Compatibilism

Conscious automatism

Default effect (psychology)

Dickinson S. Miller

Duration (philosophy)

Elbow Room (book)

Frankfurt cases

Free will

Free will in antiquity

Free will in theology

Free will theorem

Freedom Evolves

Friedrich Nietzsche and free will

Gaussian adaptation

General will

Harry Frankfurt

Higher-order volition

Hobson's choice

Illusionism (philosophy)

Indeterminism

Involuntary memory

Libertarianism (metaphysics)

Life Is a Dream

Lorenzo Valla's Dialogue on Free Will

Mandated choice

Mutual liberty

Neuroscience of free will

Ought implies can

Peter van Inwagen

Philosophical Inquiries into the Essence of Human Freedom

Physical determinism

Positive liberty

Predeterminism

Qadariyah

Rubicon model (psychology)

Superficial charm

Svatantrya

Thought identification

Value of control

Velleity

Voluntariness

Voluntarism (action)

Weltalter

Will to power

  

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New Scientist

New Scientist
Wed, 27 May 2015 09:41:15 -0700

Imagine a world where you think of something and it happens. For instance, what if the moment you realise you want a cup of tea, the kettle starts boiling? That reality is on the cards, now that a brain implant has been developed that can decode a ...

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TheStranger.com
Tue, 26 May 2015 17:22:30 -0700

ARIES (March 21–April 19): Keith Moon played drums for the rock band the Who. He was once voted the second-greatest drummer in history. But his erratic behavior, often provoked by drugs or alcohol, sometimes interfered with his abilities. In 1973, the ...

Daily Mail

Daily Mail
Tue, 26 May 2015 16:01:54 -0700

The Ampulex dementor was named after the soul-sucking monsters from Harry Potter because of the way it stings its cockroach prey to turn them into zombie-like creatures with no free will of their own. It was one of 139 new species of plants and animals ...

h+ Magazine

h+ Magazine
Fri, 08 May 2015 13:15:00 -0700

Findings from experiments at Stanford have recorded the brain signals when a primate exercises free will by changing its mind. The experiments were led by electrical engineering Professor Krishna Shenoy and neuroscientist Matthew Kaufman while he was ...

Superherohype.com

Superherohype.com
Fri, 22 May 2015 10:03:45 -0700

Every episode in the season has a theme within them, some of them outright spoken by the characters, but it was the final chapter's theme that I found most interesting: destiny vs free will. Destiny is a common theme in superhero fiction and sits as ...

Salt Lake City Weekly

Planet Jackson Hole
Thu, 07 May 2015 13:26:15 -0700

ARIES (March 21-April 19): The danger of resisting a temptation too strenuously is that the temptation might depart. I suggest that you prevent that from happening. Without throwing yourself at the mercy of the temptation, see if you can coax it to ...
 
The British Psychological Society
Mon, 18 May 2015 06:52:30 -0700

Free will is a controversial topic in psychology, thanks in part to studies suggesting that the brain activity associated with making decisions comes before the conscious feeling of making a choice. Other research claims that when people are exposed to ...

Planet Jackson Hole

Planet Jackson Hole
Tue, 28 Apr 2015 20:11:15 -0700

Chris Moneymaker was employed as an accountant in Tennessee. On a whim, he paid $39 to enter an online poker tournament. Although he knew a lot about the game, he had never competed professionally. Nevertheless, he won the tournament.
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