voluntative

voluntative

(ˈvɒlənˌteɪtɪv)
n
(Grammar) grammar a verb form expressing a desire to perform the action denoted by the verb
adj
(Grammar) obsolete expressing desire
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iii 15): The author interprets ma-ra-al-le-en as a first person voluntative (jussive) with the absolutive enclitic =t(ta) on e-ra-ta-at as its expressed first person agent.
(16) Certainly Fabry presents convincing evidence from usage of leb in the Old Testament to categorize heart with key nonphysical meanings of "Personal Identity," "Vital Center," "Affective Center," "Noetic Center," "Voluntative Center," and "Religious and Ethical Realm." (17) Both terms, Hebrew leb and Torobo oltau, may metonymically represent either one aspect of the non-physical Self or stand for the totality of a person.
Instead, they are filled with an impersonal and intersubjective will, very different from the voluntative mechanics and the ascetic ideals Ivanov detected in Nietzsche's thinking (SS, I: 724).
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