Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements: Agency and Action Series Number 55 by John Hyman
One of the most exciting developments in philosophy in the past 50 years is the reappearance of business philosophy. The concept of work now occupies a central place in ethics,…
Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements synopsis
One of the most exciting developments in philosophy in the past 50 years is the reappearance of businessphilosophy. The concept of work now occupies a central place in ethics, metaphysics and jurisprudenceThis collection of original essays, by some of the most influential and influential philosophers who work in this field, covers the full scope of work philosophy. The topics covered include the nature of the procedure itself; how the concepts of action, agent, reason and event relate to one another; self-knowledge, emotion, independence and freedom in human life; The volume concludes with a major article by one of the leading US authorities in the philosophy of law on the "$ 3.5 billion question": Was the destruction of the World Trade Center one or two events?
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