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To the extent that Descartes gives us a correspondence theory of truth, of truth as adequate representation in an idea of the formal reality that idea is of, this theory is supplemented by, and depends upon, a quite different theory of truth at the divine level. Even at the human level, Cartesian ideas 'represent' a very mixed ontological array. Geometrical ideas represent divine archetypes, clear and distinct ideas of material substance represent that substance, confused ideas of sense represent it badly but indicate clearly and well the features of it important for action; ideas of self and of thinking are reflexive or self-representational.
However close the conceptual tie between volition and action, the decisive consideration remains that volitions are causes of actions, and it would, indeed, be a strange sense of 'part' in which a cause is part of its effect. 12. 1g about the action which is willed. Indeed, no action at all may result. e. an action which one does not do by doing another action. Consider a volition which has the form, I shall do [minimal action] in order to bring about X and thus do A or, I shall do A by doing MA for example, I shall close my finger in order to cause the gun to go off and thus to fire it.
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Action Theory: Proceedings of the Winnipeg Conference on Human Action, Held at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 9–11 May 1975 by Myles Brand, Douglas Walton