The Politics of Agency: Toward a Pragmatic Philosophical Anthropology

Ashgate (2008)
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This book argues that the traditional emphasis on the accuracy of a given theory of human agency has systematically obscured the normative dimension in these theories and that recognizing this normative dimension allows us to see that a ...
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