|Reason, cause: this is about the possibility or impossibility of equating reasons (for human actions or animal activities) with physical causes.|
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|K.Glüer D.Davidson Hamburg, 1993
The ability to provide reasons for action, according to Wittgenstein, is not part of our empirical knowledge of the world, but rather part of our linguistic competence.
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