Performances and activities
My aim in this thesis is to examine one of the distinctions that can be made between actions. It is, I think, a fairly central one in the philosophy of action, and its significance may be marked by its application in ethics, philosophical psychology, the philosophy of law and even aesthetics. My primary concern however, has been with the problem of making a workable definition of the distinction, rather than with its application.
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