Self-control in action and belief

Philosophical Explorations 24 (2):225-242 (2021)
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Self-control is normally, if only tacitly, viewed as an inherently practical capacity or achievement: as exercised only in the domain of action. Questioning this assumption, we wish to motivate the...

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