Analyse & Kritik 11 (2):197-207 (1989)

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Raimo Tuomela
Last affiliation: University of Helsinki
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The paper gives a conceptual clarification of what the notion of apart of a joint action involves. The - mutually re-cognized - division of a joint action into parts can be based on social norms or it can be based on agreement, coercion, or some analogous social mechanism. The paper also discusses the notions of a we-intention, of the intention to perform an action as one's part of a joint action, and of an agent's intentionally performing an action as his part of a joint action
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DOI 10.1515/auk-1989-0205
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