All posts by matthewR2019
“Conditional Intentions and Shared Agency”, published Online First in Nous.
It’s open access. Here’s a link: https://philpapers.org/archive/RACCIA.pdf If you have any trouble accessing it, let me know and I’ll send you a copy. Abstract: Shared agency is a distinctive kind of sociality that involves interdependent planning, practical reasoning, and action between participants. Philosophical reflection suggests that agents engage in this form of sociality when a […]
“Deciding Decision-Making Away”, SLACCR, St. Louis, May 22nd
With Jules Salomone-Sehr. Let me know if you would like to see the extended abstract.
“Better Together”, PuNCs Lab, Purdue University
Thursday, February 23rd, 2023 Abstract: Can we explain the things we do with others solely based on our preferences and expectations of how others will act? If so, then a commonsense version of game theory might suffice. But many philosophers disagree, instead arguing that we sometimes decide to share agency in ways that guide our […]
“Collective Intentions” entry in Encyclopedia of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy now out
Written with Jules Salomone-Sehr. Let me know if you would like a copy!
“Why We Need a New Normativism about Collective Action” published in Philosophy Quarterly.
Here’s a link to the published version:
“A Pathology of Group Agency” accepted by Social Theory and Practice
My paper for the special issue I am organizing with Franz Altner at Social Theory and Practice on group agency and reasoning has been accepted. Here’s a link to the final draft:
“Conditional Intentions and Shared Agency”, Mississippi State University, Mar. 25th
Mar. 25th, Starkville, Mississippi