Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

Practical inference: practical conclusions go from an idea, a wish, or a statement, and lead to an intention of action. Practical conclusions lead to a weaker justification than extended normative conclusions. (See C. Beisbart, “Handeln Begründen, Motivation, Rationalität, Normativität“, Münster, 2007, p. 223).
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Geach, Peter T. Practical Inference   Geach, Peter T.

Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-05-23