Kant on Luck

  • Nafsika Athanassoulis


There is limited discussion of Kant in the debate on moral luck. This is because the Kantian position is presented as entirely incompatible with the possibility of luck and this is interpreted as a serious problem for Kant (interpreted as such mainly by Aristotelian-inspired theories which claim to have a more plausible account of goodness because they are willing to accept it is vulnerable to luck).


Rational Agent Moral Responsibility Virtue Ethic Moral Luck Empirical Character 
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