Rational Causation

Harvard University Press (2012)
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Introduction -- Rational explanation of belief -- Rational explanation of action -- (Non-human) animals and their reasons -- Rational explanation and rational causation -- Events and states -- Physicalism.
Keywords Causation  Agent (Philosophy  Act (Philosophy
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Call number BD530.M37 2012
ISBN(s) 9780674059900
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