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Interim Summary

Summary so far

What distinguishes genuine joint actions from parallel but merely individual actions?

The Simple View (but counterexample)

The shared intention strategy

--- Bratman (but counterexample)

--- Gilbert (but are there joint commitments?)

--- Ludwig, Pacherie, Searle, Tollefsen, ... (not covered)

The ‘aggregate subject’ strategy [nb plural vs aggregate]

--- reflectively constituted (Pettit and List)

--- emotionally constituted (Helm; not covered)

Btw, it seems to me that there’s an ethical issue. If there are aggregate subjects, are we under obligations not to end their lives? Or is the life of an aggregate subject somehow not as valuable as the life of a non-aggregate one?

Team reasoning (not covered)


Too reflective!

Grounded merely on intuitive contrasts!

I think our problems have at least two sources.