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Other Intentions

Cultural Contexts and the Attribution of Inner States
Edited by Lawrence Rosen

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The authors argue that although intentionality might appear to be a wholly abstract phenomenon, it is deeply entwined with the nature and distribution of power, the portrayal of events, the assessment of personhood, the interplay of trust and deception, and the assessment of moral and legal responsibility.

Subjects: Anthropology

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