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|
|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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