Volitional

  • (adj): With deliberate intention.
    Example: "A volitional act"

Some articles on volitional:

Modern Standard Tibetan Grammar - Verb Classes - Volitional and Non-volitional Classes
... There is an important division of verbs into two main classes volitional and non-volitional ... comparable to that in English between look and see, and between listen and hear listen and look are volitional because you can choose to do them or not ... This means that volitional verbs cannot use the same suffixes as non-volitional verbs and vice versa ...
Japanese Verb Conjugation - Volitional (Presumptive)
... Type Volitional Examples Volitional Irregular verbs する suru (do) しよう shiyō (そう sō) 勉強する benkyō suru (study) 愛する aisuru (l ... To ask volitional ("shall we") questions 行こうか ikō ka "Shall (we) go?" To express what one is thinking of doing, via 思う omou 買おうと思う kaō to omou "(I) am thinking of ...
Variations - Facial Synkinesis
... The most common symptoms of facial synkinesis include Eye closure with volitional contraction of mouth muscles Midfacial movements with volitional eye closure Neck tightness (Platysmal ...
Iddhipada - Canonical Analysis - Corequisites: Concentration and Striving
... discourses these four bases of power are developed in tandem with "volitional formations of striving" (padhāna-saṅkhāra) ... These are called volitional formations of striving ... Thus this desire and this concentration due to desire and these volitional formations of striving this is called the basis for spiritual power that possesses concentration due to desire and volitional formations of ...
Saṅkhāra
... These are called 'volitional formations' both because they are formed as a result of volition and because they are causes for the arising of future volitional actions ... (or, particularly when referring to mental processes, 'volitional formations') ...