Intention & practical reasoning
Introduction- problems of interpreting ordinary language. Anscombe and Aristotle. I. INTENTIQN & PRACTICAL REASONING What is he doing? In any given case there are many possible answers to this question. There are many possible descriptions of any action and none "the" simple or obvious answer. Did he do it intentionally? The answer to this question will end on which description is substituted for x. Someone may intentionally do something whi.ch is something else, and yet not do that other...[Show more]
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