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Self-constitution agency, identity, and integrity

por Korsgaard, Christine M.
Publicado por : Oxford University Press (Oxford (Oxfordshire, Inglaterra)) Detalles físicos: xiv, 230 páginas ISBN:199552797; 199552800; 9780199552795; 9780199552801. Año : 2009
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Agency and identity. -- Necessitation. -- Acts and actions. -- Aristotle and Kant. -- Agency and practical identity. -- The metaphysics of normativity. -- Constitutive standards. -- The constitution of life. -- In defense of teleology. -- The paradox of self-constitution. -- Formal and substantive principles of reason. -- Formal versus substantive. -- Testing versus weighing. -- Maximizing and prudence. -- Practical reason and the unity of the will. -- The empiricist account of normativity. -- The rationalist account of normativity. -- Kant on the hypothetical imperative. -- Against particularistic willing. -- Deciding and predicting. -- Autonomy and efficacy. -- The function of action. -- The possibility of agency. -- Non-rational action. -- Action. -- Attribution. -- The psychology of action. -- Expulsion from the garden : the transition to humanity. -- Instinct, emotion, intelligence, and reason. -- The parts of the soul. -- Inside or outside. -- Pull yourself together. -- The constitutional model. -- Models of the soul. -- The city and the soul. -- Platonic virtues. -- Justice : substantive, procedural, and platonic. -- Kant and the constitutional model. -- Defective action. -- The problem of bad action. -- Being governed by the wrong law. -- Or five bad constitutions. -- Conceptions of evil. -- Degrees of action. -- Integrity and interaction. -- Deciding to be bad. -- The ordinary cases. -- Dealing with the disunified. -- Kant's theory of interaction. -- My reasons. -- Deciding to treat someone as an end in himself. -- Interacting with yourself. -- How to be a person. -- What's left of me?