Working title of the book: Intentions Unbound. The Rationality and Morality of Intentions.

Contents

Chapter 1: Acting intentionally 

Chapter 2: Acting intentionally and acting for a reason

Chapter 3: Reasons to intend

Chapter 4: (When) does the rightness or wrongness of an action depend on the agent's intention? 

Chapter 5: Responsibility - Acting intentionally, having control and moral luck

Appendix: On Broome on rationality as responsiveness to reasons

 

[I will post links to drafts of the chapters here as I go along (soon!). In case you get to look at them, I'd be most grateful for any comments that you may have to offer.]

 

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