Agency as rational deliberation treats agency as the process by which we weigh two alternatives and study out the consequences (i.e., the likely costs and benefits) of our choices. We are agents to the extent that we stop and think about our actions, rationally considering them in a reflective and detached manner. Agency as concernful […]

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