The Paradoxes of Action: (Human Action, Law and Philosophy) - Law and Philosophy Library 67 (Paperback)Daniel Gonzalez Lagier (author)
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This book suggests answers, or at least presents conceptual tools for finding answers, to questions such as: What is an action, and what is an omission? Can actions be counted? What is the role of intention for the identification of actions? The author offers an original approach to the analysis of action. Written in a very accessible style, the book is of interest to lawyers, legal scientists and philosophers.
Number of pages: 139
Weight: 253 g
Dimensions: 240 x 160 x 8 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2004
From the reviews:
"Lagier, a Professor of Legal Theory, has a quite different perspective on action to that found in occupational science ... . the view of actions presented in this text is that they are sustained performances. ... the issues raised in the discussion are eminently relevant to occupational science. ... I recommend Lagier's text to occupational science scholars and researchers ... ." (Dr. Clare Hocking, Journal of Occupational Science, Vol. 12 (3), October, 2005)
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