Schopenhauer called his magnum opus The World as Will and Representation (Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung).
In this blog, I will try to elaborate on the meaning of the term 'Will' (Wille) and its application to and relevance in modern science,
especially quantum physics.
The concept of will has a long history in philosophy. Starting with the ancient Greek philosophers, who did not yet have an elaborate idea of will
as it later developed in Scholastic and modern philosophy, the term βούλησις can mean 'willing' in general, but also 'wish', 'desire' or 'purpose'.