Indexical reference and bodily causal diagrams in intentional action

Studia Logica 51 (3-4):439 - 462 (1992)
Abstract
In this paper, completed only months before his death, the author studies a number of concepts of importance for the analysis of intentional action. Four themes in particular are discussed: the intentionality of action, the practical syllogism, what the author terms the practical causality of practical thinking, and the proximate cause of action. (K. S.).
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