How, if at all, should discoveries about habitual processes inform attempts to solve The Problem of Action?
- Davidson (1971)
Note: if you follow the link in the references, you will get to a collection of Davidson’s essays called Essays on Actions and Events. The reading is the chapter of that book with the title ‘Agency’ (likely Chapter 3 on pp. 43--62).
This seminar’s question also requires reading set for previous seminars:
And of course you can find more reading in the lecture notes.
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