The chapters in this volume adopt various approaches to studying agency in LPP, and while most of them converge epistemologically and methodologically, others diverge. This should not be surprising: the study of agency is indeed a very broad conversation about the nature of humans’ complex interaction with structural and cultural forces. What becomes clear through this conversation is that human actions and discourses cannot be fully predicted—unlike the movements of a clock—for they are not subjected to singular causal forces and do not follow a single linear progression over time.