Action, Ontology, and Intersubjectivity انطولوجيا الفعل ومشكلة البين-ذاتية

Beirut: Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies (2019)
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Abstract

The main idea of this book (in Arabic) is that the dichotomy of intention/behavior is about as viable as the mind/body dichotomy, which is to say it is not at all viable. An approach to the problem of knowledge of other minds and intersubjectivity via a discussion of the ontology of human action, which must be viewed as an original unity, not a combination of two really distinct things, namely, intention and bodily movement.

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Raja Bahlul
Doha Institute for Graduate Studies

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