- Title Pages
- List of Figures, Diagrams, and Tables
- 1 The Problem of Collective Agency
- Part I Singular Action Sentences
- 2 What is an Event?
- 3 The Logical Form of Singular Action Sentences
- 4 Action, Motivation, Explanation, and Intention
- 5 Conditional Intentions
- 6 What is it to be the Agent of an Event or State?
- 7 The Content of I-intentions
- 8 The Adverb ‘Intentionally’
- Part I Summary and Conclusion
- Part II Plural Action Sentences
- 9 Logical Form of Plural Action Sentences
- 10 Extensions and Explanations
- 11 Consequences, Collective Actions, Illustrative Cases
- 12 What are Shared or Group Intentions?
- 13 The Distinctive Content of We-Intentions
- 14 Some Initial Objections and Replies
- 15 Collective Intentional Behavior
- 16 Relation to Other Accounts
- 17 Does the Account Require More of Collective Action than is Reasonable?
- Summary of Part II
- 18 Conclusion
- From Individual to Plural Agency
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