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Origins of free will mapped in the human brain.


It is known that the current definition of free will is described as a combination of two cognitive processes, namely the desire to act, also know as volition, and a sense of responsibility for one’s own actions, also known as agency.  Together, these neural-based processes create the process of free will, with damage to volition or agency sometimes leaving patients

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