Practical Knowledge (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
318
Utgivningsdatum
2016-11-17
Förlag
OUP USA
Dimensioner
239 x 165 x 33 mm
Vikt
794 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780190462925

Practical Knowledge

Selected Essays

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In this collection, Kieran Setiya explores the place of agency in ethics, arguing for a causal theory of intentional action on which it is understood through the knowledge embodied in our intentions, and against the rationalist project of deriving norms of practical reason from the nature of the will.
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Istvn Zoltn Zrdai, Ethical Theory and Moral Practice I warmheartedly recommend Practical Knowledge to everyone with a serious interest in action theory, reasons and rationality, and ethics. The writings are sophisticated, so they require familiarity with the basics of the literature. They might be most appreciated by advanced students and specialists. As I wrote before, if Setiya's view is correct that has weighty implications for ethics and views of agency - of what is, for us humans, good to do and why - so the work required by the essays certainly pays off.

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Kieran Setiya is Professor of Philosophy at MIT. He works in action theory, ethics, and epistemology, and is the author of Reasons without Rationalism (2007) and Knowing Right From Wrong (OUP 2012). His essays range from the nature of rational agency to the place of love in moral philosophy and the resolution of the midlife crisis.

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Acknowledgements Introduction Part One: Action 1. 'Practical Knowledge' (2008) 2. 'Practical Knowledge Revisited' (2009) 3. 'Sympathy for the Devil' (2010) 4. 'Knowledge of Intention' (2011) 5. 'Knowing How' (2012) 6. 'Anscombe on Practical Knowledge' (unpublished) Part Two: Ethics 7. 'Is Efficiency a Vice?' (2005) 8. 'Cognitivism about Instrumental Reason' (2007) 9. 'What is a Reason to Act?' (2014) 10. 'Intention, Plans, and Ethical Rationalism' (2014) 11. 'Akrasia and the Constitution of Agency' (unpublished) 12. 'Hume on Practical Reason' (2004; revised) Index