An Essay on the Desire-Based Reasons Model

Dissertation, Central European University (2006)
The dissertation argues against the view that normative reasons for action are grounded in desires. It first works out the different versions of the Model. After this, in the next three chapters, it presents and discusses three arguments against the Model, on the basis of which, it concludes that the Model gives us the wrong account of normative practical reasons.
Keywords desire  normative reasons
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