Self-determination in the personal act - 25 words to speak an ethical language
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reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Self-determination in the personal act

In self-determination the will is shown as a personal feature, to dominate and possess one's own self; it is actively experienced while willing and passively while desiring, but only the former reveals the transcendence of the person by an internal act of will.
The freedom of the will manifests personal dynamics in self-determined actions and it expresses one’s own dependence or transcendence in relation to the natural dynamics in the freedom of instinct. -  email:
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