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20. Action / B. Preliminaries of Action / 2. Willed Action / b. Volitionism

[choosing to act is sufficient to perform an action]

4 ideas
The cause of my action is in my will [Shakespeare]
Merely willing to walk leads to our walking [Descartes]
There is no such things a pure 'willing' on its own; the aim must always be part of it [Nietzsche]
If the action of walking is just an act of will, then movement of the legs seems irrelevant [Stout,R]