Rebuts an objection David Velleman has raised against what he calls “the standard story of human action.” It is argued that the objection is misguided. The chapter reinforces the significance of various aspects of the causal theory of human agency developed in this book and shows more fully and explicitly how that theory applies to the upper range of human action, or what may be regarded as human action par excellence.
Keywords: action; agency; causal theory of human agency; Velleman
Chapter. 11543 words.
Subjects: Philosophy of Mind
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