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Present book comprises an interdisciplinary perspective, being the result of a research focused on free will in everyday life and its link to faith and religiosity. The concept of free will refers to capacity of choosing from alternatives or acting in given situations independently of external factors. Before the research itself, the idea originated from a personal interest, by practicing faith in everyday life, reading the Bible, gathering data from specialty books, discussions on this matter with various academics. It is commonly known the saying that "if you love someone, you set him/her free", and this very idea, integrated in divine love, made me wonder about free will, about liberty, and I know that only faith in God may set someone free. I personally believe that human beings were given free will; if opposite, everything that was, that is and will be, it won't have any value or significance. Through Professor Eugen Iordanescu's guidance we had operationalized the concepts, builded a questionnaire and all emerged to the actual research. We hope that what we have begun as a local research idea will be continued to a larger scale.
- AutorAlexandra Iulia Vacaru,Eugen Iordanescu
- VerlagLAP Lambert Academic Publishing
- Seiten60 Seiten
- Gewicht106 g