Browsing Archives of Author »Justin Caouette«

Mental Illness and Moral Responsibility

January 25, 2015

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My 6th post is up over at flickers. I have copied and pasted it below for those not interested in clicking again. Mental illness affects how we perceive the actions of others and with good reason. Consider two scenarios. In scenario 1 a person crashes into you because they had a non-epileptic seizure while driving. […]

Psychopaths and Moral Responsibility: The State of the Debate

January 20, 2015

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My 5th post over at Flickers is up, check it out here. I’ve copied and pasted it below for those not interested in clicking (and following comments). Cheers! In the last post I suggested that moral responsibility may not come in degrees and based on the discussion that ensued it seems that we are pretty […]

Does Moral Responsibility Come in Degrees?

January 14, 2015

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My 4th substantive post is up over at Flickers. You can find it here. I’ve copied and pasted it below for those who don’t feel like clicking the link. Does Moral Responsibility Come in Degrees?   Many have assumed either implicitly or explicitly that moral responsibility comes in degrees, but why? For me, it seems […]

On a Freedom Requirement for Forgiveness

January 10, 2015

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My 3rd post over at Flickers of Freedom is up. You can find it here. I’ve copied and pasted it for those of you not interested in seeing how the conversation develops over at Flickers. We have all forgiven someone before.¬† In fact, forgiveness can often serve as a key ingredient in our most cherished […]

Optimistic Skepticism and Forward-Looking Blame

January 8, 2015

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Below you can find the post in its entirety. Click here to see the original at flickers of freedom and to join in the discussion if you see fit. OPTIMISTIC SKEPTICISM AND FORWARD-LOOKING BLAME Many philosophers (1)¬†have spent substantial time wrestling with, expanding on, and arguing against the central ideas put forth in P.F. Strawson’s […]

Free Will Skepticism and ‘Ought’ Judgments

January 3, 2015

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You can find the link to my first post at Flickers here. It’s titled “Free Will Skepticism and ‘Ought’ Judgments”. For those of you who have been following APT for some time I posted on this topic here in late 2013. The posts are very different but are on the same topic. In this later […]

My Stint as Featured Author Begins at Flickers

January 1, 2015

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To say I’m excited would be an understatement. This month I’ll be blogging over at Flickers of Freedom and will be cross posting my posts here. Thomas passing the torch to me for the month can be found here. My tentative plan for the month can be found here. I hope everyone had a great […]

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