The Metaphysics of Basic Acts I: The Existence of Actions
Actions, being a species of events, suffer with events general scepticisms about the mind-independent existence of such items. Metaphysical realism about events is more difficult to accept for some theorists than is a like realism about physical objects. Reasons are given not to succumb to such scepticisms about actions and events.
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