- Title Pages
- 1 The Causal Theory of Action : Origins and Issues
- 2 Renewed Questions about the Causal Theory of Action
- 3 The Standard Story of Action : An Exchange (1)
- 4 The Standard Story of Action : An Exchange (2)
- 5 Skepticism about Natural Agency and the Causal Theory of Action
- 6 Agential Systems, Causal Deviance, and Reliability
- 7 What Are You Causing in Acting?
- 8 Omissions and Causalism
- 9 Intentional Omissions
- 10 Comments on Clarke’s “Intentional Omissions”
- 11 Reply to Sartorio
- 12 Causal and Deliberative Strength of Reasons for Action: The Case of Con-Reasons
- 13 Teleological Explanations of Actions: Anticausalism versus Causalism
- 14 Teleology and Causal Understanding in Children’s Theory of Mind
- 15 Action Theory Meets Embodied Cognition
- 16Intentions as Complex Dynamical Attractors Alicia Juarrero
- 17 The Causal Theory of Action and the Still Puzzling Knobe Effect
- Causing Human Actions
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