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by Lawrence Rosen

Download Other Intentions: Cultural Contexts and the Attribution of Inner States (School for Advanced Research Advanced Seminar Series) eBook
ISBN:
0933452896
Author:
Lawrence Rosen
Category:
Anthropology
Language:
English
Publisher:
School for Advanced Research Press (May 1, 1995)
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264 pages
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Central to this framing is the concept of intentionality, which distinguishes intentional action (caused by the agent’s intention and decision) from unintentional behavior (caused by internal or external events without the intervention of the agent’s decision).

Filozofski Vestnik 17 (1) (1996). Central to this framing is the concept of intentionality, which distinguishes intentional action (caused by the agent’s intention and decision) from unintentional behavior (caused by internal or external events without the intervention of the agent’s decision). A second important distinction separates publicly observable from publicly unobservable (.

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Cultural Contexts and the Attribution of Inner States. 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.

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Rosen, Lawrence, ed. 1995. Other intentions: Cultural context and the attribution of inner states. Description in the social sciences I: Talk-in-interaction.

titled Other Intentions: Culture Contexts and the Attribution of Inner States (1995).

One of the foremost legal anthropologists in the United States, Lawrence Rosen will retire from Princeton in 2017 after forty years.

Other intentions: Cultural contexts and the attribution of inner states.

Some of the tensions within archaeology in the United States mentioned in this book are not news. Hester Davis' (2009:40) critique on the reluctance of academic archaeologists to modify graduate programs for the "real" job market outside of academia, for example, throws new fuel on old fires between academic and contract archaeologies. Even with such good intentions, there are places in which the book seems to lack the specificity that would promote practical application of theorized improvements to archaeology.

By stating that we can send into the world . Other intentions: Cultural contexts and the attribution of inner states.

By stating that we can send into the world, among all those strangers. First citation in article.

The school recognizes outstanding books in anthropology with the annual J. I. Staley Prize.

The Advanced Seminar Program was inaugurated in 1968, and has since sponsored more than 120 seminars, the results of which are published by the school's SAR Press. The Resident Scholar Program, launched in 1972, has provided over 180 scholars with residential fellowships. The school recognizes outstanding books in anthropology with the annual J.

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.