Art Works! Prevention Programs for Youth and Communities by Paula Randall

By Paula Randall

Profiles version arts-based substance abuse prevention courses for adolescence & groups in a number of disciplines & settings. Highlighted courses comprise Tuscons venture Choli & outdated Pascua formative years Artists San Franciscos Vietnamese adolescence Dev. heart Peer source application Bronx Council at the Arts, WritersCorp CHILART Playwrights software of latest Brunswick, N.J. Little Rocks CornerStone venture NETworks middle Chicagos track Theater Workshop stressed sequence Iowa Citys United motion for formative years Synthesis Arts Workshop & youngster source Project/New Visions/Nueva Visiones Theater of Holyoke, MA.

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Chapter 7). Sellars' second argument concerning the internaliza tion of the concept of group also seems to be accounted for by the requirement of mutual belief, for the mutual belief in question just involves the concept of group (or 38 CHAPTER 2 collective) • Sellars' third argument concerning akrasia can be handled, too. , schema (W2) and (ii) otherregarding intending (viz. , schema (W2) and opposed to mere selfish intending). This distinction between self-regarding and other-regarding intentions is vague, perhaps, but I will assume there are genuine other-regarding intentions as distinguished from self-regarding ones.

Now we let TS(AU~S) be the conjunction of postulates which are constitutive of the predicates in ~s and call the language of Ts simply L(AU~S)· Whether or not Ts coincides with the just mentioned bestexplaining social theory does not matter. Presumably, it does not, for the following reason. Our theory Ts ' which is a counterpart to the Jonesian theory Tp in the psychological case, is meant to be conceptually adequate (viz. adequate in the order of conceiving) in a sense to be explicated. But even if it were conceptually adequate it need not yet be causally (and explanatorily) adequate (viz.

Let us assume, for simplicity, that Aj is one of the m actual members of the collective. Harsanyi now proposes the following postulates: (A) (B) (C) The personal preferences of all the m agents satisfy the four Bayesian postulates (1) -( 4) (Postulate of indi vidual rationality). The moral preferences of agent Aj satisfy the four Bayesian rationality postulates (Postulate of rationality of moral preferences). Suppose that at least one of the m agents personally prefers a social situation s over another social situation r, and that none of the other agents prefer rover s.

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