Doing Things With Others: The Mental Commons
‘The mutual dependence of men is so great in all societies that scarce any human action is entirely complete in itself, or is performed without some reference to the actions of others, which are requisite to make it answer fully to the intentions of the agent.’ (David Hume, Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, Sect VII, Part 1.)
KeywordsCommon Knowledge Intentional Action Public Reason Shared Activity Discretionary Power
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