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This article discusses narrative explanations in philosophy, and turns on the central thesis that narrative explanation in philosophy works primarily by describing human action. The question of how description of this kind succeeds leads us to that of how discrete elements can be integrated to form an understandable and convincing whole story. In accordance with my main thesis, I draw on the theory of narrative research as well as on the theory of action. The latter points to three ways offatcat:447mpzourzbxjir6s5l5z43t2m