His errors are volitional and are the portals of discovery.
From reflex acts of the nervous system animals rise to sentient and volitional ones.
Some of our acts were reflex, some were chiefly instinctive, and some were volitional.
A doctrine more precisely the reverse of the volitional theory of causation cannot well be imagined.
They do the things in which they have a volitional interest.
Many muscular movements are spontaneous, but not volitional.
The study of volitional traits and of temperament is still in its infancy.
There is a strictly necessitative limitation drawing an impassable boundary-line around the area of volitional freedom.
A tentative scale for measurement of the volitional pattern.
Therefore we cannot represent any agent or volitional Cause, by an element (or letter) of that series at all.
1610s, from French volition (16c.), from Medieval Latin volitionem (nominative volitio) "will, volition," from Latin stem (as in volo "I wish") of velle "to wish," from PIE *wel-/*wol- "be pleasing" (see will (v.)).
volition vo·li·tion (və-lĭsh'ən)
The act or an instance of making a conscious choice or decision.
A conscious choice or decision.
The power or faculty of choosing; the will.