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Freee Will: The First Grand Theory

Free Will: The First Grand Theory

Can this theory be applicable or not if applied to two or more workplace situations?

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1. Can this theory be applicable or not if applied to two or more workplace situations?

The Will: The First Grand Theory is somewhat problematic. Historically, there is a problem of definition: What was the will? As well, studying the will proved difficult: (a) some had more will than others ?why? (b) explaining the will multiplied the problem of motivation (c) the will was ultimately circular e.g. He exercised his will because he has free will.

Historically, concerning free will, two topics are relevant: (1) first is the metaphysical issue of whether or not there is such a thing as free will and (2) the second is the ethical issue of whether or not there can be any motivation ...

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This solution discusses the First Grand Theory regarding determinism and human free will in terms of application to real world work examples. Work examples are provided.

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