The purpose of this paper is to examine the scientific standing of the concept of free will and its role and functioning in social and psychological contracts.
This is a conceptual paper.
Social structures that support the exercise of free will are central to the functioning of both social and psychological contracts.
The paper contributes to the debate in the natural and social sciences regarding the existence and functioning of free will in everyday life.
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