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Intention, Plans, and Practical Reason
1. Introduction 2. On the way to the planning theory 3. Plans and practical reasoning 4. Agent rationality: toward a general theory 5. Reconsideration and rationality 6. Agent rationality: theExpand
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Faces of Intention: Selected Essays on Intention and Agency
1. Introduction: planning agents in a social world Part I. Acceptance and Stability: 2. Practical reasoning and acceptance in a context 3. Planning and temptation 4. Toxin, temptation, and theExpand
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Two Faces of Intention
We do things intentionally, and we intend to do things. Our commonsense psychology uses the notion of intention to characterize both our actions and our mental states: I might intentionally start myExpand
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Fischer and Ravizza on Moral Responsibility and History@@@Responsibility and Control: A Theory of Moral Responsibility
There is much of significance in John Fischer and Mark Ravizza's thoughtful book. I will, however, focus primarily on their interesting and suggestive claim that "moral responsibility is anExpand
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Shared Intention
In Choice: The Essential Element in Human Action Alan Donagan argued for the importance of "will" to our shared understanding of intelligent action.1 By "will" Donagan meant a complex of capacitiesExpand
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Faces of Intention: Contents
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Structures of agency : essays
This is a collection of published and unpublished essays by distinguished philosopher Michael E. Bratman of Stanford University. They revolve around his influential theory, know as the "planningExpand
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Précis of Shared agency: a planning theory of acting together
Chapter One: Sociality and Planning Agency 1. Modest sociality and the continuity thesis 2. Shared intention, individual intention 3. I intend that we J: a first pass 4. Individual planning agency:Expand
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Structures Of Agency
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