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  • Actionby Rowland Stout

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 29.95

    The traditional focus of debate in philosophy of action has been the causal theory of action and metaphysical questions about the nature of actions as events. In this lucid and lively introduction to philosophy of action, Rowland Stout shows how these issues are subsidiary to more central ones that concern the freedom of the will, practical rationality... more...

  • The Inner Life of a Rational Agent: In Defence of Philosophical Behaviourismby Rowland Stout

    Edinburgh University Press 2006; US$ 139.99

    A radical approach to the philosophy of mind, in which states of mind are identified with dispositions to behave in certain ways. The approach taken by Rowland Stout is a thoroughly up-to-date version of behaviourism, although not a form of behaviourism that denies the existence of consciousness, free will, rationality, etc., nor aims to reduce these... more...

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