Examples from the Web for voluntaristic
But it is a type of pragmatism quite free from dependence upon a voluntaristic psychology.Essays in Experimental Logic|John Dewey
Experience has then no longer any meaning in a voluntaristic sense; it is merely a complex of elements.
British Dictionary definitions for voluntaristic
Word Origin and History for voluntaristic
1838, in philosophy, from voluntary + -ism. As the theory or principal of using voluntary action rather than coercion (in politics, etc.), from 1924, American English (Voluntaryism in this sense is recorded from 1883).