Philosophy any theory that regards will as the fundamental agency or principle, in metaphysics, epistemology, or psychology.
the principle or practice of supporting churches, schools, hospitals, etc., by voluntary
contributions or aid instead of relying on government assistance.
any policy or practice based on voluntary
Voluntarism may refer to: Voluntarism (action) – any action based on non-
coercion. Voluntarism (metaphysics) – a perspective in philosophy of mind that ...
Voluntarism. Voluntarism is the theory that God or the ultimate nature of reality is
to be conceived as some form of will (or conation). This theory is contrasted to ...
the principle or system of doing something by or relying on voluntary action or
volunteers. 2. : a theory that conceives will to be the dominant factor in
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Voluntarism (Latin voluntas, will) in the modern metaphysical sense is a theory
which explains the universe as emanating ultimately from some form of will.
Voluntarism is the metaphysical and epistemological view that regards the will as
superior to the intellect and to emotion, and that will is the basic factor, both in ...
Jul 2, 2002 ... The label that I will use, following Quinn 1990, is 'theological voluntarism.' I have
three aims in this article. I want first to distinguish metaethical ...
The use of or reliance on voluntary action to maintain an institution, carry out a
policy, or achieve an end. 2. A theory or doctrine that regards the will as the ...
Voluntarism, any metaphysical or psychological system that assigns to the will (
Latin: voluntas) a more predominant role than that attributed to the intellect.