Samstag, 23. März 2013

Rosenkohl in der analytischen Philosophie

Der praktische Syllogismus mit Gemüse erklärt.
"If a person intends to steal some Brussels sprouts, then whether or not he executes his intention, the intention itself must be caused by a desire to possess some Brussels sprouts and a belief that by stealing them he will come into possession of them."
Davidson, Donald: Paradoxes of Irrationality. In: Wollheim/Hopkins (Hrsg.): Philosophical Essays on Freud. S. 293.

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