Deviáns oksági láncok és szándékos cselekvés

  • Nyárfádi Krisztián


There is a classical argument against the the so called "causal theory of action": the argument from deviant causal chains. This essay tries to show that this argument is not so strong as it first might seem to be, essentialy because the are promising answers to the argument. I reconstruct a strategy (exemplified by Searle and Mele) that can alleviate that concern stems from the deviant examples.
How to Cite
Krisztián, N. (2016, January 31). Deviáns oksági láncok és szándékos cselekvés. Különbség, 16(1). Retrieved from
Cselekvés, autonómia, felelősség