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Responsibility : the epistemic condition /

edited by Philip Robichaud and Jan Willem Wieland.

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Names: Wieland, Jan Willem, | Robichaud, Philip,
Published: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017.
Edition: First edition.
Topics: Responsibility. | Virtue epistemology. | Erkenntnistheorie | Moralische Verantwortung
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300 |aviii, 301 pages ;|c25 cm
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|g1.|tUnwitting Wrongdoing, Reasonable Expectations, and Blameworthiness /|rWilliam J. FitzPatrick --|g2.|tAkrasia, Awareness, and Blameworthiness /|rMatthew Talbert --|g3.|tWhen Ignorance is No Excuse /|rMaria Alvarez and Clayton Littlejohn --|g4.|tVice, Blameworthiness, and Cultural Ignorance /|rElinor Mason and Alan T. Wilson --|g5.|tBlame and Moral Ignorance /|rGeorge Sher --|g6.|tWhen is Failure to Realize Something Exculpatory? /|rElizabeth Harman --|g7.|tOn Knowing What's Right and Being Responsible for It /|rPaulina Sliwa --|g8.|tExplaining (Away) the Epistemic Condition on Moral Responsibility /|rGunnar Björnsson --|g9.|tThe Epistemic Condition on Moral Blameworthiness: A Theoretical Epiphenomenon /|rPeter A. Graham --|g10.|tHard to Know /|rGwen Bradford --|g11.|tIntellectual Difficulty and Moral Responsibility /|rAlexander A. Guerrero --|g12.|tMoral Responsibility and Quality of Will /|rMichael J. Zimmerman --|g13.|tIgnorance, Revision, and Commonsense /|rRandolph Clarke --|g14.|tMethodological Conservatism and the Epistemic Condition /|rNeil Levy --|g15.|tTracing the Epistemic Condition /|rMatt King --|g16.|tBlame Transfer /|rJan Willem Wieland and Philip Robichaud.
520 8 |aPhilosophers have long agreed that moral responsibility might not only have a freedom condition, but also an epistemic condition. Moral responsibility and knowledge interact, but the question is exactly how. Ignorance might constitute an excuse, but the question is exactly when. Surprisingly enough, the epistemic condition has only recently attracted the attention of scholars. This volume sets the agenda. Sixteen new essays address the following central questions: Does the epistemic condition require akrasia? Why does blameless ignorance excuse? Does moral ignorance sustained by one's culture excuse? Does the epistemic condition involve knowledge of the wrongness or wrongmaking features of one's action? Is the epistemic condition an independent condition, or is it derivative from one's quality of will or intentions? Is the epistemic condition sensitive to degrees of difficulty? Are there different kinds of moral responsibility and thus multiple epistemic conditions? Is the epistemic condition revisionary? What is the basic structure of the epistemic condition?
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