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by Jennifer Hornsby
Author: Jennifer Hornsby
Publisher: Routledge (April 10, 1980)
Category: Social Sciences
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She is currently a professor at the School of Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London
She is currently a professor at the School of Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London. She is well known for her opposition to orthodoxy in current analytic philosophy of mind, and for her use of J. L. Austin's Speech Act Theory to look at the effects of pornography.
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Birkbeck, University of London · Department of Philosophy. Contemporary literature in philosophy of action seems to be divided overthe place of action in the natural causal world. I think that a disagreementabout ontology underlies the division.
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Samuel Guttenplan, Jennifer Hornsby, Christopher Janaway
Samuel Guttenplan, Jennifer Hornsby, Christopher Janaway. This flexible introductory textbook explores several key themes in philosophy, and helps the reader learn to engage with the key arguments by introducing and analysing a selection of classic readings. Fully integrated introductory text with readings for beginning students of philosophy.
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The paper offers a critical examination of Jennifer Hornsby’s view that actions are internal to the body. Three of Hornsby’s arguments in favour of R are then examined
The paper offers a critical examination of Jennifer Hornsby’s view that actions are internal to the body. Three of Hornsby’s arguments in favour of R are then examined. It is argued that we need to make a distinction between the causes and the causings of bodily movements (in the ordinary sense of the word movement ) and that actions ought to be identified with the latter rather than the former. This distinction is then used to show how Hornsby’s arguments for (R) may be resisted.