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PHIL 387: Topics in Philosophy of Action. Time, Sociality, Institutions: The Core Capacity Conjecture

This year's topic is Time, Sociality, Institutions: The Core Capacity Conjecture. Our human agency involves multiple forms of mind-shaped practical organization. We act over time. We act together. We act within a social world shaped by social rules/social norms. We act within organized, rule-guided institutions with roles and offices. These multiple forms of mind-shaped practical organization should be a main target of philosophical theorizing about human agency. One conjecture is that our capacity for planning agency underlies our capacities for these inter-related forms of practical organization. This seminar will explore these themes.Enrollment is limited to graduate students in Philosophy and others by permission of instructor. 2-unit option is only for Philosophy PhD students beyond the second year.
Terms: Spr | Units: 2-4 | Repeatable 9 times
Instructors: Bratman, M. (PI)
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