Agency regarding our reasons

@article{Fleming2020AgencyRO,
  title={Agency regarding our reasons},
  author={P. Fleming},
  journal={Inquiry},
  year={2020},
  volume={63},
  pages={136 - 157}
}
ABSTRACT How much control do we have over our reasons for action? Not much, but some. We all have reasons to avoid pain and not to inflict it on others. What explains our shared reasons? On an externalist account, reasons are grounded in values. All reasons are external to agency. This ensures that reasons are universal, so it is an attractive feature of moral and prudential reasons. However, when our reasons differ this is less attractive. In some cases, it seems like something internal to the… Expand

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