Search Results for 'moral responsibility'


Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 1-26 (2014). CAN WE RESP…
ABSTRACT: I critically review Bruce N. Waller's Against Moral Responsibility (2011), in which he argues that the moral responsibility system can and ought to be abandoned and that it be replaced with a take-charge responsibility system. Taking the perspec…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 27-36 (2014). THE SCIENT…
ABSTRACT: In Against Moral Responsibility, the rejection of moral responsibility is based on appeal to basic beliefs about fairness (beliefs that are widely shared and naturally explicable, but not subject to rational or scientific confirmation). However,…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 36, 97-111 (2008). THE NATUR…
Philosophers and psychologists have debated what is meant by free will as well as the nature of human choice. However, only recently have data been gathered to consider common usage of the term; our data support college students' belief in free will as i…
Resource: Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 479-491 (2004). HOW TO A…
In The Illusion of Conscious Will, Daniel Wegner (2002) argues that our commonsense belief that our conscious choices cause our voluntary actions is mistaken. Wegner cites experimental results that suggest that brain processes initiate our actions befo…
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