Agency, Illusion, and Well-being: Essays in Moral Psychology and Philosophical Economics
Agency, Illusion, and Well-Being is a collection of essays drawn from Jerome Segal's earlier books, including essays from Agency and Alienation, Joseph's Bones, Graceful Simplicity, and Creating the Palestinian State Arranged thematically into a coherent new whole, this selection of essays presents Jerome Segal's contribution to philosophy and moral psychology in a definitive edition.
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Alienness Experiencing Ones Own Incoherence
Alienness Understanding and SelfDeception
Gods Project of SelfDeception
Alienation and Political Agency
How We Fooled Ourselves into Believing in Progress
The Monetary Illusion
The Good Life and Economic Activity
Human Activity A Molecular Approach to Action Theory
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