As we all know. But when is it proper to treat something as a reason for action?
My discussion note, "On Treating Something as a Reason for Action", is now available on the JESP page for symposia and discussion notes. I won't say when it is proper, but I will say what you shouldn't say about when it is proper. (Not unless you are willing to say what I want you to say about justified belief. Which you aren't.)