SENSE OF AGENCY DOES NOT SUPPORT ANTI-REDUCTIONIST THEORIES OF ACTION

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sensação de agência, modelo comparador, seleção de ação, controle, reducionismo

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Teorias da Ação Anti-reducionistas são, de modo geral, explicações para ações de acordo com as quais o papel que o agente desempenha na produção de sua ação não pode ser reduzido aos seus eventos e estados mentais. Proponentes dessas teorias apresentam afirmações de acordo com as quais as Teorias da Ação Anti-reducionistas capturam a sensação de agência que agentes experienciam quando empreendem uma ação intencional melhor do que a concorrente Teoria Causal da Ação. Investigaremos os argumentos que apoiam essas afirmações e defenderemos que eles não sobrevivem ao escrutínio, especialmente quando levamos em consideração a informação neuro-cognitiva disponível a respeito da sensação de agência. Teorias da Ação Anti-reducionistas parecem incompatíveis com a explicação empírica da sensação de agência, como mostram experimentos focados na seleção de ações, no modelo comparador e na percepção da relação entre ação e seu resultado. Já a Teoria Causal da Ação é mais capaz de acomodar e explicar a sensação de agência.

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2021-10-26

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Marques, B. S. . (2021). SENSE OF AGENCY DOES NOT SUPPORT ANTI-REDUCTIONIST THEORIES OF ACTION. Revista Kriterion, 62(149). Recuperado de https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/kriterion/article/view/35063

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