‘There is, however, another powerful tendency in ordinary thought to think that one can be truly morally responsible even if one’s character is ultimately wholly non-self-determined — simply because one is fully self-consciously aware of oneself as an agent facing choices.’

— Galen Strawson, ‘The Impossibility of Moral Responsibility’

Galen Strawson, ‘The Impossibility of Moral Responsibility’
Chad Mazzola
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