volition

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Englisch - Türkisch
istem
istenç
ihtiyar
irade

Ailemin tercihinin aksine, şehir dışında bir üniversiteye devam etmeye kendi irademle karar verdim. - Despite my parents' preference, I have decided to attend an out-of-state college on my own volition.

(Tıp) İrade, ihtiyar
irade veya arzu ifade eden
voli tiveiradeye ait
irade kabilinden
of one's own volition
kendi iradesiyle
on one's own volition
kendi iradesiyle
volitional
irade ile ilgili
volitional
iradeli
of one's own volition
kendi iradesiyle, isteyerek, gönüllü olarak
volitional
(sıfat) irade ile ilgili
volitional
iradeden doğan
Englisch - Englisch
A conscious choice or decision
The mental power or ability of choosing; the will

Out of all the factors that can influence a person's decision, none can match the power of his or her own volition.

an act or exercise of will
{n} the act of willing, power to choose
The act of willing or choosing; the act of forming a purpose; the exercise of the will
The act or faculty of using the will
The result of an act or exercise of choosing or willing; a state of choice
the act of making a choice; "followed my father of my own volition"
the act of making a choice; "followed my father of my own volition" the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention; "the exercise of their volition we construe as revolt"- George Meredith
The power of willing or determining; will
the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention; "the exercise of their volition we construe as revolt"- George Meredith
or mental formation, or action, or conduct, or deed, usually done through the body, mouth or mind The Sanskrit word is Samskara
cetaná (q v )
Your volition is the power you have to decide something for yourself. We like to think that everything we do and everything we think is a product of our volition = free will
Exercise of the faculty of willing The supposition that an act of volition is a necessary precondition for any voluntary action notoriously leads to an infinite regress in explaining the voluntary nature of the volition itself Recommended Reading: Peter Van Inwagen, An Essay on Free Will (Clarendon, 1983) {at Amazon com}; Thomas Pink, The Psychology of Freedom (Cambridge, 1996) {at Amazon com}; Experimental Slips and Human Error: Exploring the Architecture of Volition, ed by Bernard J Baars (Plenum, 1992) {at Amazon com}; and Richard Freadman, Threads of Life: Autobiography and the Will (Chicago, 2001) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP, BGHT, and noesis
{i} free will, determination by will, choice
If you do something of your own volition, you do it because you have decided for yourself that you will do it and not because someone else has told you to do it. Makin said Mr Coombes had gone to the police of his own volition. = voluntarily
volitional
pertaining to volition
volitional
done by conscious, personal choice; not based on external principles

A man of genius makes no mistakes. His errors are volitional and are the portals to discovery.

volitionally
Willingly or decidedly
volitional
Belonging or relating to volition
volitional
{s} of or related to free will
volitional
with deliberate intention; "a volitional act"
volitional
done intentionally, not by accident
volitional
with deliberate intention; "a volitional act
volitionally
in a willing manner; "I willingly accept"
volitionally
intentionally, willfully
volition
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