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1. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 43
Dana Kay Nelkin Thinking Outside the (Traditional) Boxes of Moral Luck
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Matthew Talbert The Attributionist Approach to Moral Luck
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Steven D. Hales Moral Luck and Control
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Neil Levy Putting the Luck Back Into Moral Luck
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Alfred R. Mele Free Will and Moral Responsibility: Manipulation, Luck, and Agents' Histories
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Problems posed by manipulation and by luck have attracted a lot of attention in the literature on free will and moral responsibility. Problems of the former kind are often raised as objections to compatibilist views or to compatibilism in general, and problems of the latter kind are featured in some familiar objections to typical libertarian views. In this article, I suggest that a key ingredient in a solution to a much-discussed problem posed by some cases of manipulation sheds light on a route to solving the problem posed by luck that is at issue here.
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Carolina Sartorio Flickers of Freedom and Moral Luck
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Philip Swenson Luckily, We Are Only Responsible for What We Could Have Avoided
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E. J. Coffman Practical Decision and the Cognitive Requirements for Blameworthiness
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Robert J. Hartman Kant Does Not Deny Resultant Moral Luck
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Sara Bernstein Moral Luck and Deviant Causation
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11. Midwest Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 43
Marcela Herdova Transformative Moral Luck
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Rachana Kamtekar, Shaun Nichols Agent-Regret and Accidental Agency
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Daniel Statman Debunking, Vindication, and Moral Luck
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Kristin M. Mickelson Free Will, Self-Creation, and the Paradox of Moral Luck
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David Enoch Playing the Hand You're Dealt: How Moral Luck Is Different from Morally Significant Plain Luck (and Probably Doesn't Exist)
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Midwest Studies in Philosophy 1976-2019
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