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20. Action / B. Motives for Action / 2. Acting on Beliefs / b. Action cognitivism

[intention to act is a relevant belief about the action]

4 ideas
Strong Cognitivism identifies an intention to act with a belief [Wilson/Schpall]
Weak Cognitivism says intentions are only partly constituted by a belief [Wilson/Schpall]
Strong Cognitivism implies a mode of 'practical' knowledge, not based on observation [Wilson/Schpall]
We deny that action involves some special class of beliefs [Cappelen/Dever]