Journal of Philosophy 106 (8):463-473 (2009)
|Abstract||What relation is there between knowledge and action? According to Hawthorne and Stanley, where your choice is p-dependent, it is appropriate to treat the proposition that p as a reason for acting iff you know that p (RKP). In this paper, I shall argue that it is permissible to treat something as a reason for action even if it isn't known to be true and address Hawthorne and Stanley's arguments for RKP.|
|Keywords||Knowledge Action Reasons for Action|
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