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This volume contains the papers and commentaries presented at the fourth philosophy colloquium at the University of Western Ontario in November 1968. The papers examine, from different points of view, the central problems in the philosophy of action. They include: “Agency” by Donald Davidson with comments by James Cornman; “On the Logic on International Action” by Roderick Chisholm with comments by Bruce Aune and a reply by Roderick Chisholm; “Wanting: Some Pitfalls” by R.M. Hare with comments by David Gauthier and D.F. Pears; “Two Problems about Reasons for Actions” by D.F. Pears with comments by Irving Thalberg. Also included is an extensive bibliography of recent work in the philosophy of action. The contributors are all well known for their work in this branch of philosophy; their papers present a cross section of the best work being done in the area at the present time.
About the Author:
Robert W. Binkley (1929-2012) (PH D, University of Minnesota) was a professor emeritus and former assistant chairman of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario. He studied under a Fulbright Scholarship at Oxford University in 1956-7, and taught at Duke University for several years.
R.N. Bronaugh (PH D, University of Wisconsin), Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, began teaching at the University of Western Ontario in 1962. He has published works in the area of responsibility and freedom.
Ausonio Marras (PH D, Duke University) is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario. His main interests are the philosophy of mind, intentionality, and the history of philosophy.
Title: Agent, Action, and Reason
Publisher: Basil Blackwell
Publication Date: 1971
Book Condition: Good
Edition: First Edition.
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Book Description Basil Blackwell, 1971. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 0631139109 hardcover in dustjacket. minor wear and a few creases to the jacket, some underlining, else a nice copy. binding tight. Bookseller Inventory # 215574
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