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January 27, 2009


What's this argument from? It sounds amazing.

It's in "Naïve Action Theory", which by your own account you recently read! It's in the section headed "Excursus: Hume's Argument for Final Ends Queried" (pp 113–15 if you've got the book).

No, wait, that was "The Representation of Life".

Right, "Naive Action Theory" is something I need to read this weekend.

I don't even know what the third part of the book is called, and I don't have it in PDF (only inferior .doc form). I suspect it won't get read anytime soon.

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