All posts by matthewR2019
“Response to Löhr: Why We Still Need a New Normativism about Collective Action” out in Phil Quarterly.
This is our response to some insightful criticism of our 2022 paper by Guido Löhr in the same venue.
“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