Hard Determinism and Moral Responsibility
Hard determinists deny we have moral responsibility. Don’t they? Unfortunately it isn’t as simple as this. As with any question on this syllabus area, it depends what we mean by freedom and it depends what we mean by moral responsibility. So even if we take the obvious tactic – and say that hard determinism denies moral responsibility – we need to be careful how we present the argument in order to avoid the sort of gross generalisation that earns us a C grade.Read more...
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