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20. Action / A. Definition of Action / 4. Action as Movement

[treating actions as (mainly) bodily movements]

5 ideas
Every true act of will is also at once and without exception a movement of the body [Schopenhauer]
Action is bodily movement caused by intentional states [Rowlands]
Bicycle riding is not just bodily movement - you also have to be on the bicycle [Stout,R]
Is the action the arm movement, the whole causal process, or just the trying to do it? [Wilson/Schpall]
Maybe bodily movements are not actions, but only part of an agent's action of moving [Wilson/Schpall]