• F. C. T. Moore
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We have so far considered two modalities of the pure will of section i in the case of human agents—wanting and wishing. But there is a third modality. Whereas the second satisfies the three criteria for wanting save that in the passage to ‘imaginary worlds’ the conative criterion is only paronymously satisfied, in the case of the third modality, the prospective criterion also is only paronymously satisfied.


Sexual Pleasure Conative Criterion Pleasurable Activity Animal World Psychological Basis 
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