Action

Mcgill-Queen's University Press (2005)
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<span class='Hi'>Action</span> is a fresh and engaging introduction to the many philosophical problems associated with agency and is ideally suited for students taking courses in philosophy of <span class='Hi'>action</span>, philosophy of mind and metaphysics.
Keywords philosophy of action
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ISBN(s) 9781902683973   9780773530485   9780773530492
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