Analysis 47 (1):42 - 44 (1987)

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Brad Hooker
University of Reading
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A critical account arguing that Williams did not succeed in undermining the possibility of external reasons. Hooker takes Williams’s conception of reason to be instrumentalistic in a problematic way.
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