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Norm-guided formation of cares without volitional necessity : a response to Frankfurt

In Michael Kühler & Nadja Jelinek (eds.), Autonomy and the Self. London: Springer (2012)

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  1. Sartre and Frankfurt: Bad faith as evidence for three levels of volitional consciousness.John J. Davenport - forthcoming - European Journal of Philosophy.
    This essay argues for a new conception of bad faith based partly on Harry Frankfurt's famous account of personal autonomy in terms of higher‐order volitions and caring, and based partly on Sartre's insights concerning tacit or pre‐thetic attitudes and “transcendent” freedom. Although Sartre and Frankfurt have rarely been connected, Frankfurt's concepts of volitional “wantonness” and “bullshit” (wantonness about truth) are similar in certain revealing respects to Sartre's account of bad faith. However, Sartre leaves no room for Frankfurt's central point that (...)
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