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Rationality and Cooperation

23 March 2016
San Francesco - Via della Quarquonia 1 (Classroom 2 )
Practical Reason requires that individual actions fit into a system of rules that the agent rationally can accept. This system of rules cannot be deduced from the principles of an ethical theory, but is constituted by a form of life and the reasoning that represents it (Wittgensteinean perspective). Cooperative reasons cannot be transformed into optimizing outcomes - how ever the valuation, they represent a paradigmatic form of structural rationality.