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The Role and Value of Intercollegiate Athletics in Universities
(2006). The Role and Value of Intercollegiate Athletics in Universities. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport: Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 9-20.
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Intending and Acting.
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Intending and acting : toward a naturalized action theory
Three decades ago, philosophers began to devote considerable attention to a group of problems concerning human action. In the first stage they concentrated on providing an action theory that could beExpand
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The Wise Use of Technology
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The Fundamental Question in Action Theory
In this paper, I focus attention on what I take to be the fundamental question in action theory. Before I can raise this question in an intelligible way, however, some background must be provided. InExpand
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Particulars, Events, and Actions
Philosophers of logic and language often make a distinction between three types of linguistic items: (i) singular terms, including names; (ii) predicates; (iii) Expand
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Undergraduate Education: Seeking the Golden Mean.
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The Engaged President: Changing Times, Unchanging Principles.
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