Normative thinking and planning, individual and shared: Reflections on Allan Gibbard's Tanner lectures

Michael Bratman
Stanford University
There is thinking, conducted by a single person, about how to live. And there is thinking together– a kind of “language infused”(5) shared activity – about how to live together. In the first of these fascinating and deeply probing Tanner Lectures Allan Gibbard is concerned with both of these phenomena and with how they interact.
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