6.21 Deception

Keywords: deception, intention, intentional, self, action, actions, psychological, davidson, desires, conscious, capacity, reflective, attitudes, perspective, desire

Number of Articles: 51
Weighted Number of Articles: 45.97873

Characteristic Articles

  1. Dana Radcliffe (1997) “Scott-Kakures On Believing At Will” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 57:145-151.
  2. Frederick A. Siegler (1968) “An Analysis Of Self-Deception” Noûs 2:147-164.
  3. Béla Szabados (1973) “Wishful Thinking And Self-Deception” Analysis 33:201-205.
  4. Sarah K. Paul (2009) “Intention, Belief, And Wishful Thinking: Setiya On “Practical Knowledge”*" Ethics 119:546-557.
  5. Alfred R. Mele (1983) “Self-Deception” The Philosophical Quarterly 33:365-377.
  6. Dion Scott-Kakures (1994) “On Belief And The Captivity Of The Will” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 54:77-103.
  7. Dion Scott-Kakures (2002) “At”Permanent Risk“: Reasoning And Self-Knowledge In Self-Deception” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 65:576-603.
  8. José Luis Bermúdez (2000) “Self-Deception, Intentions, And Contradictory Beliefs” Analysis 60:309-319.
  9. Dion Scott-Kakures (1996) “Self-Deception And Internal Irrationality” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 56:31-56.
  10. George Graham (1986) “Russell’s Deceptive Desires” The Philosophical Quarterly 36:223-229.

Highly Cited Articles

  1. Michael E. Bratman (1992) “Practical Reasoning And Acceptance In A Context” Mind 101:1-15. (0.2281029)
  2. Jonathan Bennett (1990) “Why Is Belief Involuntary?” Analysis 50:87-107. (0.7223654)