Center for Law and Philosophy
A thesis familiar by being as often disputed as defended has it that intentional action is action for a reason. The present paper contributes to the defence of a weaker version of it, namely: Acting with an intention or a purpose is acting (as things appear to one) for a reason.
Reasons: Explanatory and Normative,
Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No. 13/2007
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