Anscombe and Roger Teichmann (Cambridge, 2000).
Individual essays by Anscombe cited in the text:
Anscombe’s account of intention and intentionalaction has informed much of the subsequent literature on thetopic. Donald Davidson (1980) expanded on her claims regardingact identification and agreed that:
Major translations by Anscombe include the following:
This passage raises some very deep issues regarding the nature ofintention. For example, Anscombe seems to indicate that one kindof reason relates to the agent’s desires for a certainstate of affairs. If I intend to do y must it be the case that I,all things considered, want y to come about; or merely that I allthings considered want to do y? Michael Bratman (1987) wouldquery this by noting that the belief/desire model of intention fails toadequately model the organizational role intentions play in practicaldeliberation.
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Anscombe’s views on intention also figured largely in her defense andarticulation of the Doctrine of Double Effect, which will be discussedin more detail below.
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This quite naturally then leads to an emphasis on developing avirtue ethics that would be distinct from the modern approachesAnscombe attacks in MMP.