A few decades after Williams’ article introduced to philosophy concerns about moral luck, the term remains essentially disputed and the questions raised by it partly unanswered. Part of the problem is that Williams captured a deep unease about responsibility and luck. In the discussions that followed the original paper, commentators have tried to either resolve or discard this sense of unease, or show how it can be accommodated from within their particular theoretical perspective.
KeywordsMoral Judgement Moral Responsibility Moral Theory Moral Luck Virtuous Agent
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