Feasibility as Deliberation‐Worthiness

Philosophy and Public Affairs 50 (1):121-162 (2022)
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I present and argue for a novel function-based account of feasibility - what I call the "Fitting Deliberation Account" - according to which whether an (individual or collective) action counts as feasible is a matter of whether it possesses those features that are required to make it a fitting object of practical reason or deliberation about what to do.

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Nicholas Southwood
Australian National University


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