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  • latter
  • NATT restricts the actional kinds of mental event to volition and catalysis, the latter being the mental preparation to receive thoughts. (umaine.edu)
  • philosophical
  • With Socrates , the moral aspect of all philosophical problems became prominent, yet his identification of all virtue with knowledge and his intense personal conviction that it is impossible deliberately to do what one clearly perceives to be wrong, led him to hold that the good, being identical with the true , imposes itself irresistibly on the will as on the intellect , when distinctly apprehended. (newadvent.org)
  • From 1915 until 1953, most of his philosophical essays entangle issues and doctrines about probability, causality, physics, epistemology and metaphysics. (stanford.edu)
  • The notion that the habitual patterns of behavior which condition human existence are the direct result of an entrenched and abiding belief that we are (or have) an enduring, unchanging, and independent core or self, sets this aggregated view of persons apart from all other philosophical accounts of personal identity in classical India. (stanford.edu)
  • social
  • The DSM-5 notes that temperamental qualities of fear of poor social evaluation and inhibition are risk factors for the development for social phobia, Child maltreatment, including peer abuse is a correlational risk factor for social phobia, but causality cannot be verified. (theravive.com)
  • make
  • You may print this file for your personal use, and you may make and distribute unaltered copies of this file, provided that you charge no fees of any kind for its distribution. (buddhistinformation.com)
  • forms
  • Indeed, the nature of the process of volition and of all forms of appetitive or conative activity is a topic that has absorbed a constantly increasing space in psychological literature during the past fifty years. (newadvent.org)
  • ability
  • On the one hand, does man possess genuine moral freedom, power of real choice, true ability to determine the course of his thoughts and volitions, to decide which motives shall prevail within his mind, to modify and mould his own character? (newadvent.org)
  • Most schizophrenics, if untreated, gradually withdraw from interactions with other people, and lose their ability to take care of personal needs and grooming. (thefreedictionary.com)