Psychological And Brain Sciences: The Popular Belief Of The Mind Having A Free Will Of Thought Psychological And Brain Sciences: The Popular Belief Of The Mind Having A Free Will Of Thought

Psychological And Brain Sciences: The Popular Belief Of The Mind Having A Free Will Of Thought

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Publisher Description

One of the most significant drivers of free will may be whether a person thinks free will really exist. Research shows that people’s beliefs about free will have been shown to significantly affect their behavior. A strong belief in free will has been associated with positive outcomes including life satisfaction, tendencies towards gratitude and forgiveness, and higher reported commitment to relationships. The author is willing to question the popular belief of the mind having a free will of thought based on his own analysis, but also looking at some other philosopher's theories.

GENRE
Nonfiction
RELEASED
2021
December 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
151
Pages
PUBLISHER
Stevie Lourenco
SELLER
John Hansen
SIZE
324.8
KB

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