Grahek-style imperativism

Belgrade Philosophical Annual 36 (2):59-70 (2023)
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Abstract

I explore some of the connections between Grahek's model of asymbolic pain, as developed in Feeling Pain and Being in Pain, and the contemporary intentionalist discussion over evaluativist and imperativist models of pain. I will sketch a Grahekian version of imperativism that is both true to his main insights and better at confronting some of the challenges that his theory has faced since its publication.

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Manolo Martínez
Universitat de Barcelona

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