1 Milton's Paradise Lost (i. 106), "All is not lost; the unconquerable Will, And courage never to submit or yield."
2 We read in Chambers where Henley was crippled by tuberculosis and was to spend months in hospital. He was a friend of Robert Louis Stevenson
3 It is in the exercise of pure will, we, as Sir Julian Huxley was to assert, banish "the driving force of emotion" ("What Dare I Think?" iv. 143). In Nietzsche's philosophy, will is the driving force behind all human behaviour which should lead to self-mastery.
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June, 1999 (2011)