From Individual to Plural Agency. Collective Action: Volume 1.
Oxford University Press, 2016. 336p. Hardback. The book is rich in content and extensive in scope. There are useful summaries in (and of) both parts. On the whole, the book is an exceptionally well-argued, high-level contribution to analytic single-agent and plural-agent action theory...it is rewarding especially for those who are interested in technical analyses. Also other philosophers will find his discussions interesting. Ludwig normally goes right into the core of important issues, and does not shy away from saying what he thinks about particular views or arguments. Undoubtedly the book is a great achievement and is strongly recommended for action theorists. Raimo Tuomela, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews |a 19/6/17 (Publisher's information).