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Intentional action: Controversies, data, and core hypotheses
This article reviews some recent empirical work on lay judgments about what agents do intentionally and intend in various stories and explores its bearing on the philosophical project of providing a conceptual analysis of intentional action. The article is a case study of the potential bearing of empirical studies of a variety of folk concepts on philosophical efforts to analyze those concepts and vice versa. Topics examined include double effect; the influence of moral considerations ondoi:10.1080/09515080307770 fatcat:5ge4hlsu5zbrfpmupdibirrese