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Title: Knowledge Aided by Observation
Author(s): Haddock, Adrian
Contact Email: adrian.haddock@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: Knowledge in intention
non-observational knowledge
self-consciousness
Anscombe
practical knowledge
intentional action
Issue Date: Apr-2016
Citation: Haddock A (2015) Knowledge Aided by Observation (Presentation) Wittgenstein Workshop 2014-2015, Chicago, IL, USA, 16.04.2015-16.04.2015. https://voices.uchicago.edu/wittgenstein/files/2015/04/Haddock-Knowledge-Aided-by-Observation-2015.pdf
Abstract: According to G.E.M. Anscombe, knowledge “in intention”—“the knowledge that a man has of his intentional actions”—is not “knowledge by observation”. But Anscombe does not deny that observation-knowledge can play a role in knowledge in intention.  She seems to think that, even though knowledge in intention is not knowledge by observation, it can be aided by such knowledge. This essay explains how we should understand this.  
URL: https://voices.uchicago.edu/wittgenstein/files/2015/04/Haddock-Knowledge-Aided-by-Observation-2015.pdf
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