The will: Interpersonal bargaining versus intrapersonal prediction

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (5):654-655 (2005)

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Luca Ferrero
University of California, Riverside
Abstract
Ainslie is correct in arguing that the force of commitments partly depends on the predictive role of present action, but this claim can be supported independently of the analogy with interpersonal bargaining. No matter whether we conceive of the parties involved in the bargaining as interests or transient selves, the picture of the will as a competitive interaction among these parties is unconvincing.
Keywords Ainslie  Will
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DOI 10.1017/s0140525x05260119
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