This chapter illustrates Davidson's approach to the logical form of predicates that refer to actions. Instead, we should seek to develop a theory of how descriptions relate to temporal profiles based on a theory of how temporal profiles and consequently temporal entities are constituted at all; this is what the second part of this essay is about. Thus chapter establishs a natural relation between DRT and the psychological theory of event perception structures if we introduce plan-goal and causal structures as mental entities of representation. First, he assume that temporal variation is captured by a set-theoretic model structure of timepoints, i.e. temporal variation is modelled by a tree-like structure of possible times. He omit the formal details here and only give a rough sketch of what the model is supposed to look like. Second, we can then examine how representations of temporal entities relate to natural language descriptions of these temporal entities and refer to specific profiles of temporal variation.