`Overall they have produced a book that provides a valuable service to those working on the mechanisms that control our actions and on the sources of our knowledge of our actions.' The Philosophical Quarterly
`This collection of seventeen essays, plus an excellent editor's introduction, is noteworthy in the interdisciplinary stance taken. Containing cutting-edge contributions from both philosophers and psychologists, it will be valuable to students and practitioners of both disciplines. This cross-fertilisation of ideas is both instructive and a pleasure to see. Philosophers have much to learn from their colleagues in psychology departments, and vice versa ... Whichever side of the divide one is on, one cannot fail to learn from the way in which this interaction has been carried out ... this fascinating volume of essays ... will repay serious attention ... provides an excellent addition to a growing interdisciplinary field. Those interested in either the philosophical or psychological aspects of action will find it a great source of stimulating material.' Human Nature Review
About the Author
Johannes Roessler is in the Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick. Naomi Eilan is in the Department of Philosophy, University of Warwick.