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Philosophy of Action

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Philosophy of Action
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Joaquin Jareno Alarcon   The Role of Action in the Development of Ethical Certainties
Joseph Bien University of Missouri Camus: On and In Action
C. W. Gichure Kenyatta University Happiness through Human Work
Catriona Hanley Loyola College Theory and Praxis in Aristotle and Heidegger
María del Rosario Hernández Borges Universidad de La Laguna (Islas Canarias-España) Los problemas de D. Davidson con la acción intencional Spanish
Marion Ledwig University of Konstanz The Rationality of Probabilities for Actions in Decision Theory
Kevin Magill University of Wolverhampton, UK Actions, Intentions, and Awareness and Causal Deviancy
Michael S. McKenna Ithaca College A Speaker-Meaning Theory of Moral Responsibility
Alexander J. Ovsich Boston College Outlines of the Theory of Choice: Attitude, Desire, Attention, Will
Marc E. Smith St. Thomas University Essential and Effective Freedom: Reflections Based on the Work of Bernard Lonergan
Yujian Zheng Lingnan College How Genuine is the Paradox of Irrationality?
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