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by G.W. Mortimer

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G.W. Mortimer
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Weakness of will, or akrasia, is an exciting issue at the heart of moral psychology and the philosophy of mind and action. This articleoffers a problem-centered guide to the relevant literature in contemporary analytic philosophy with reference to the main classical texts. This articleoffers a problem-centered guide to the relevant literature in contemporary analytic philosophy with reference to the main classical texts

First published Wed May 14, 2008; substantive revision Wed Sep 4, 2019

First published Wed May 14, 2008; substantive revision Wed Sep 4, 2019. It is not surprising that weakness of will has such a long and distinguished pedigree as a topic of philosophical discussion: it is both an intrinsically interesting phenomenon and a topic rich in implications for our broader theories of action, practical reasoning, rationality, evaluative judgment, and the interrelations among these. 1. Hare on the Impossibility of Weakness of Will. 2. Davidson on the Possibility of Weakness of Will. 3. The Debate After Davidson. Internalist and Externalist Strands.

Weakness of will (akrasia) continues to be actively discussed in the Renaissance and the Reformation. Important treatises are written by John Buridan, Petrarch, John Mair, Josse Clichtove, Joachim Camerarius, Francesco Piccolomini, and Lambert Daneau. The dominant Aristotelian framework is complemented by Neo-Stoic and Platonic considerations.

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