Two Arguments for Impossiblism and Why It isn’t Impossible to Refute them
Abstract. This paper examines two arguments against the possibility of moral responsibility—the first directly from the work of Galen Strawson and the next inspired by Strawson’s argument. Both of these arguments are found wanting, and their shortcomings are used as a springboard to sketch a positive libertarian view of moral responsibility and defend that view against preliminary objections.
Corabi, Joseph. "Two Arguments for Impossiblism and Why It isn’t Impossible to Refute them." Philosophia (2017: June) 45.2:569–584.
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