Essays on Davidson
Oxford University Press (1985)
This collection brings together previously unpublished works by well-known philosophers on the philosophy of action, the metaphysics of causality, and the philosophy of psychology. Nine of the essays directly discuss Donald Davidson's work on these topics, while three others challenge a Davidsonian approach through discussion of independent but related issues. These essays are followed by replies from Davidson, including a previously unpublished essay, "Adverbs of Action.".
|Keywords||Action Theory Akrasia Event Intention Metaphysics Supervenience Davidson, D|
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|Call number||B105.A35.D3734 1985|
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