The Will Force Origin and Effects in Human Mental and Physical Bodies. José Antonio O’Daly Carbonell

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Abstract
The Will force is a faculty part of the mind, determined by natural or divine causes. The mind is the set of faculties responsible for mental phenomena like thought, imagination, memory, Will, and sensation. A phenomenon is an observable fact or event produced by reality. Reality is all that is real in a system, as opposed to the imaginary, it describes the ontological status of things, their existence, and is the totality of a system, things known and unknown. Ontology studies concepts as existence, being, becoming, and reality, how entities are grouped into basic categories that exist on the most fundamental level and belong to metaphysics. Ontological questions touch on the philosophy of science, religion, mathematics, and philosophical logic. The mind faculties include Will, thought, imagination, memory, and sensation, responsible for various mental phenomena, like perception, pain experience, belief, desire, intention, and emotion. Behaviorism, whether an entity has a mind only depends on how it behaves in response to external stimuli while functionalism defines mental states in terms of the causal roles they play. Mind or mentality is usually contrasted with body, matter, or physicality, summarized in the mind-body problem. Idealism describes metaphysical perspectives which assert that reality is indistinguishable and inseparable from human perception and understanding; it is a mental construct closely connected to ideas.

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