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This volume of Midwest Studies focuses on the currently hot topic in ethics and action theory of shared intentions and relates it to issues in collective responsibility. Each of the essays in the volume is by an internationally known scholar who has published seminal pieces on various aspects of the concepts of shared intention and collective responsibility.
1. Dynamics of Sociality:Michael E. Bratman.
2. Collective Responsibility and an Agent Meaning Theory:MichaelMcKenna.
3. Joint Intention, We-Mode and I-Mode:Raimo Tuomela.
4. Collective Moral Responsibility and CollectiveIntention:Tracy Isaacs.
5. Holding Them Responsible: Paul Sheehy.
6. Who’s to Blame? Collective Moral Responsibility and ItsImplications for Group Members: Margaret Gilbert.
7. Shared Intentions and Shared Responsibility: Brook JenkinsSadler.
8. Collective Guilt; Individual Shame: Peter Forrest.
9. Collective Responsibility for Historic Injustices: JannaThompson.
10. Collective Responsibility and Qualifying Actions:GregoryMellema.
11. Collective Moral Responsibility: An Individual Account:Seumas Miller.
12. On the Agency of Certain Collective Entities: An Argumentfrom“Normative Autonomy”: David Copp.
13. The Rationality of Collective Guilt: Deborah Tollefsen.
14. We’re all in this Together: Responsibility ofCollective Agents and Their Members: Kay Mathiesen.
15. Imposing and Embracing Collective Responsibility: Why theMoral Difference?: Keith Graham.
16. Collective Responsibility, Corporate Responsibility andMoral Taint: David Silver.
17. Corporate Moral Agency: Denis G. Arnold.
18. On the Ultimate Responsibility of Collectives: Ish Haji.
19. State Aggression, Collective Liability, and Individual MensRea: Larry May.
20. Health Care in the United States: Evil Intentions andCollective Responsibility: Victoria Davion