The active and the passive: David -Hillel Ruben

David-Hillel Ruben
Birkbeck College
How to draw the distinction between activity and passivity? Whatever that might be, the causal theory of action cannot give the right answer, as it offers an essentially passive account of human action.
Keywords causal theory of action  activity  action
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DOI 10.1111/1467-8349.00028
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