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Journal of Philosophical Research

Volume 20, 1995

Michael J. Zimmerman
Pages 585-594

Actions and Events

Kent Bach has argued that certain traditional problems of action theory (conceming the individuation of actions, their timing, their location, and the manner in which they enter into causal relations) arise only on the supposition that actions are events, and he has argued further that actions are not events. In this paper these arguments are examined and rejected.

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