Action-Awareness and the Active Mind

@inproceedings{Carruthers2009ActionAwarenessAT,
  title={Action-Awareness and the Active Mind},
  author={Peter Carruthers},
  year={2009}
}
In a pair of recent papers and his new book, Christopher Peacocke (2007, 2008a, 2008b) takes up and defends the claim that our awareness of our own actions is immediate and not perceptually based, and extends it into the domain of mental action.1 He aims to provide an account of action-awareness that will generalize to explain how we have immediate awareness of our own judgments, decisions, imaginings, and so forth. These claims form an important component in a much larger philosophical edifice… CONTINUE READING

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