Constitutivism and the virtues

Philosophical Explorations 22 (2):98-116 (2019)
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In Self-Constitution, I argue that the principles governing action are “constitutive standards” of agency, standards that arise from the nature of agency itself. To be an agent is to be autonomousl...

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