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Action in Context / Anton Leist.

Contributor(s): Leist, Anton.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Berlin ;Boston : De Gruyter, [2012]Copyright date: ©2007Description: 1 online resource (398p.).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783110898798.Subject(s): Act (Philosophy) | Philosophy | Handlung (Begriff) | Individuum | PhilosophieDDC classification: 128.4 Online resources: De Gruyter Rights, Action, and Social Responsibility
Contents:
Frontmatter -- Contents -- Introduction: Through Contexts to Actions -- Thought and Action -- I. Acting for Reasons -- Reasons for Action and Psychological States -- Reasons for Action without Metaphysics? -- The Causalist/Anti-causalist Debate in the Theory of Action: What It Is and Why It Matters -- In Defence of Causalism -- Two Ways to Understand Causality in Agency -- On the Importance of Reconciling Two Models of Causality in Agency -- Actions, Habits, and Practices -- The Reach of Habit -- II. Action, Persons and Life -- What Good is a Will? -- On the Ways and Uses of Intending: Lessons from Velleman’s Bratman Critique -- Personal Identity and Agency: Towards Analytical Personalism -- Looking for the Real Enemy -- The Units of Living -- Making Sense of Ourselves -- III. Action and Epistemology -- Knowledge in Action -- A Seeming Solution to a Seeming Puzzle in Explaining Action -- Cognition and Action -- Notes on Distinctions -- Action and Inquiry -- Knowledgeable Inquiry -- Name Index -- Subject Index
Title is part of eBook package:E-BOOK GESAMTPAKET / COMPLETE PACKAGE 2007Title is part of eBook package:E-BOOK PACKAGE ENGLISH LANGUAGES TITLES 2007Title is part of eBook package:E-BOOK PAKET PHILOSOPHIE UND GESCHICHTE 2007Summary: Das Buch beleuchtet den Begriff der Handlung in drei unterschiedlichen Kontexten: im Kontext der Rechtfertigung von Handlungen, der Lebensgeschichte von Personen und des Pragmatismus. Eine solche umfassende Betrachtung, die eine Abkehr von der atomistiSummary: Rights, Action, and Social Responsibility: Public debates surrounding immigration policy, climate change, international relations, and constitutional and human rights are currently at the forefront of our national discourse. Critical reasoning, supported through academic research is needed. As a result, De Gruyter, along with its partner presses, is making freely available books and journal articles across nine topical areas for all students and faculty. Broadening access to this scholarship enables more people to address these issues in an informed manner: it helps us combat false news sources, to consider the nature of truth and ethics, and to understand the struggles of all members of society.Summary: The book illustrates the concept of action in three different contexts - the justification of actions, people’s life history, and pragmatism. Because of its comprehensive view, this volume marks a departure from the atomistic approach of action theory. This in itself raises a number of questions, which the ten contributors to this volume deal with in an instructive manner.
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Frontmatter -- Contents -- Introduction: Through Contexts to Actions -- Thought and Action -- I. Acting for Reasons -- Reasons for Action and Psychological States -- Reasons for Action without Metaphysics? -- The Causalist/Anti-causalist Debate in the Theory of Action: What It Is and Why It Matters -- In Defence of Causalism -- Two Ways to Understand Causality in Agency -- On the Importance of Reconciling Two Models of Causality in Agency -- Actions, Habits, and Practices -- The Reach of Habit -- II. Action, Persons and Life -- What Good is a Will? -- On the Ways and Uses of Intending: Lessons from Velleman’s Bratman Critique -- Personal Identity and Agency: Towards Analytical Personalism -- Looking for the Real Enemy -- The Units of Living -- Making Sense of Ourselves -- III. Action and Epistemology -- Knowledge in Action -- A Seeming Solution to a Seeming Puzzle in Explaining Action -- Cognition and Action -- Notes on Distinctions -- Action and Inquiry -- Knowledgeable Inquiry -- Name Index -- Subject Index

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Das Buch beleuchtet den Begriff der Handlung in drei unterschiedlichen Kontexten: im Kontext der Rechtfertigung von Handlungen, der Lebensgeschichte von Personen und des Pragmatismus. Eine solche umfassende Betrachtung, die eine Abkehr von der atomisti

Rights, Action, and Social Responsibility: Public debates surrounding immigration policy, climate change, international relations, and constitutional and human rights are currently at the forefront of our national discourse. Critical reasoning, supported through academic research is needed. As a result, De Gruyter, along with its partner presses, is making freely available books and journal articles across nine topical areas for all students and faculty. Broadening access to this scholarship enables more people to address these issues in an informed manner: it helps us combat false news sources, to consider the nature of truth and ethics, and to understand the struggles of all members of society.

The book illustrates the concept of action in three different contexts - the justification of actions, people’s life history, and pragmatism. Because of its comprehensive view, this volume marks a departure from the atomistic approach of action theory. This in itself raises a number of questions, which the ten contributors to this volume deal with in an instructive manner.

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