Nov 6, 2019
This episode invites listeners to question the nature of our
decisions and consider if free will actually exists. Some believe
humans are free to choose and act as they desire, while others
argue our behavior is determined or governed by internal and
external forces. We meet Dr. Duffy Wilks, a counselor, author, and
retired associate professor of psychology. Dr. Wilks is a theorist
specializing in free will.
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Additional work by Dr. Wilks
Wilks, D. (2003). A historical review of counseling theory
development in relation to definitions of free will and
determinism. Journal of Counseling & Development, 81,
Wilks, D., & Ratheal, J. (2009). A historical overview and
contemporary expansion of psychological theories of determinism,
probabilistic causality, free will and moral responsibility.
Counseling and Values, 53, 140–152.
Wilks, D., & Ratheal, J. (2010). A historical review and
contemporary reassessment of free will concepts in psychological
humanism and counseling. The Journal of Humanistic Counseling,
Education and Development, 49, 147–162.
Wilks, D., & Ratheal, J. (2011). The moral capacity
profile. Counseling and Values, 56