• Oxford University
    Faculty of Philosophy, Keble College
    Departmental Lecturer and Fixed-Term Fellow In Philosophy
Harvard University
PhD, 2016
Oxford, England, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
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    Intellectual Isolation
    Mind 127 (506): 491-520. 2018.
    Intellectualism is the widespread view that practical reason is a species of theoretical reason, distinguished from others by its objects: reasons to act. I argue that if practical reason is a species of theoretical reason, practical judgments by nature have nothing to do with action. If they have nothing to do with action, I cannot act from my representation of reasons for me to act. If I cannot act from those representations, those reasons cannot exist. If they cannot exist, neither can a spec…Read more