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Dancy's main thesis is that the conclusion of practical reasoning is an action, and indeed that makes the reasoning practical. I trace his argument, suggest improvements to its superficial deficiencies, and conclude that it fails because Dancy misunderstands the nature of reasoning.
On Dancy’s Account of Practical Reasoning,
Oxford Legal Studies Research Paper No. 50/2019; Columbia Public Law Research Paper No. 14-636
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