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The DBR Thesis and Its Four Roots
Desire and an Agents Reasons
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agent to act agents ought rationally alternative appraisal argue argument attitude Baier believes capacity Chapter choice choose coherent condition conduct conflict DBR Thesis decision theory desire to act everyone's acting example existence expected utility fact Gauthier give Hobbes situations Hume hypothetical imperative impersonal preference impersonal standpoint impersonally basable individual preferences individual utility initial account interest internalism internalist intersubjective standpoint intersubjective value intransitive intrinsic preferences ISIS judge Kurt Baier maximize moral requirements motivational content moved Nagel notion objective considerations objective reasons one's oneself ourselves outcomes person perspective practical judgment practical reason principles of relative rational agent rational consideration rational norms rational principle rationally to act Rawls Rawls's reason for someone reasons for acting regarding relevant respect second-order desires sense simply sort subjective supported by reasons suppose theory of decision theory of practical things considered things equal Thomas Nagel tion tionality tive veil of ignorance