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Agency : moral identity and free will / David Weissman

By: Weissman, David [author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cambridge, UK : Open Book Publishers, [2020]Description: 1 online resource (195 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781783748778.Subject(s): Free will and determinism | Agent (Philosophy)Genre/Form: Electronic booksOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Chapter one : agency
Semantics
Two points of reference
Individuality
Purpose/intention
Sensibility
Thought and perception
Competence and skill
Effort
Partners
Efficacy
Oversight
Frustration
Will
Chapter two : free will
Introduction
Background
Freedom to and freedom from
Ontology
Universal determinism
Explanation/prediction
Cause or capacity
Leibniz or Laplace
“Things are not up to us.”
Emergent wholes, their properties and powers
Character/sensibility
Initiative
Productive imagination
Consciousness
Choosing freely
Last thoughts
Chapter three : socialization
Conflicted aims
Idiosyncrasy
Talent
Interiority
Social space
Normativity
Socialization
Collaboration, cooperation, command
Cities
Disequilibrium
Chapter four : autonomy
Minerva
Semantics
Assertion
Self-identification
Collaboration/contention
Regulation
Oversight
In itself, for itself
Chapter five : moral identity
Three perspectives : agents
Three perspectives : nodes
Three perspectives : the whole
Note(s):
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Chapter one : agency

Semantics

Two points of reference

Individuality

Purpose/intention

Sensibility

Thought and perception

Competence and skill

Effort

Partners

Efficacy

Oversight

Frustration

Will

Chapter two : free will

Introduction

Background

Freedom to and freedom from

Ontology

Universal determinism

Explanation/prediction

Cause or capacity

Leibniz or Laplace

“Things are not up to us.”

Emergent wholes, their properties and powers

Character/sensibility

Initiative

Productive imagination

Consciousness

Choosing freely

Last thoughts

Chapter three : socialization

Conflicted aims

Idiosyncrasy

Talent

Interiority

Social space

Normativity

Socialization

Collaboration, cooperation, command

Cities

Disequilibrium

Chapter four : autonomy

Minerva

Semantics

Assertion

Self-identification

Collaboration/contention

Regulation

Oversight

In itself, for itself

Chapter five : moral identity

Three perspectives : agents

Three perspectives : nodes

Three perspectives : the whole

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