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Part I: The representation of life Can life be given a real definition? The representation of the living individual The representation of the life-form itself Part II: Naive action theory Types of practical explanation Naive explanation of action Action and time Part III: Practical generality Two tendencies in practical philosophy Practices and dispositions as sources of the goodness of individual actions Practice and disposition as sources of individual action.