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Book: Method Today

Chapter: 21. Combining and Constituting

DOI: 10.1558/equinox.34439


There is an ambiguity in Schilbrack’s discussion: should intentions and bodily movements be analyzed as separable components of actions or as parts of a unified whole? We point to problems with the former view and ask whether the latter is more useful.

Chapter Contributors

  • Mark Gardiner ( - mgardiner) 'Mount Royal University'
  • Steven Engler ( - sjengler) 'Mount Royal University'