A Study of the Complex and Disputed Philosophical Questions Surrounding Human Action (Problems in Contemporary Philosophy S. No. 45)
By: Daniel Shaw (author)Hardback
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This study presents a dualist account of the nature of human action, dualist in a modest sense in that it defends the claim that actions involve the physical and the mental and cannot be interpreted in functionalist ways.
The data - some fundamental beliefs about voluntary, intentional and motivated action; voluntary action and its relation to motivated action; motivated action; freedom and indeterminism.
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