Modalities of Word Usage in Intentionality and Causality

Brain and Behavioral Sciences 33 (4):336-337 (2010)
Moral judgments often affect scientific judgments in real-world contexts, but Knobe's examples in the target article do not capture this phenomenon.
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DOI 10.1017/S0140525X10001731
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