The Insignificance of Choice and Wallace's Normative Approach to Responsibility
In this article, I argue that we hold agents morally responsible for more than their choices, and we do so for the same good reasons that we hold agents responsible for their chosen actions: We expect each other to have and express a certain quaility of attitude towards one another- a degree of respect- and our attitudes toward one another are reflected by more than our choices.
Paul J. Litton, The Insignificance of Choice and Wallace's Normative Approach to Responsibility, 26 no. 1 Law & Phil. 67-93 (2007)
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