1. Self-Awareness and Cognitive Agency in Descartes’s Meditations
  2. Lilli Alanen
  3. pp. 3-26
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  1. Why an Aristotelian Account of Truth Is (More or Less) All We Need
  2. Jeff Malpas
  3. pp. 27-38
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  1. The Social Aspects of Aristotle’s Theory of Action
  2. Dorothea Frede
  3. pp. 39-57
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  1. Voluntarism, Intellectualism, and Anselm on Motivation
  2. Tomas Ekenberg
  3. pp. 59-74
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  1. Why Kant Is Not a Kantian
  2. James Conant
  3. pp. 75-125
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  1. “A Contrast between Two Pictures”: The Case of Perception
  2. Jennifer Hornsby
  3. pp. 127-139
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  1. On What Is in Front of Your Nose
  2. Anton Ford
  3. pp. 141-161
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  1. Expression and Self-Consciousness
  2. Stina Bäckström
  3. pp. 163-182
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  1. Bodily Movement and Its Significance
  2. Will Small
  3. pp. 183-206
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  1. Anscombe’s Bird, Wittgenstein’s Cat: Intention, Expression, and Convention
  2. Martin Gustafsson
  3. pp. 207-237
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  1. Film Noir and Weakly Intentional Actions: An Anscombian Analysis
  2. Elinor Hållén
  3. pp. 239-264
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  1. Theory, Interpretation, and Law: Some Worries about Dworkin’s Account of Their Relation
  2. Lisa Van Alstyne
  3. pp. 265-286
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  1. Stoutland vs. Metaphysics
  2. Lars Hertzberg
  3. pp. 287-298
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  1. Introduction
  2. Martin Gustafsson
  3. pp. 1-2
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