Abstract

Argues that people must look beyond free will as the sole ground for responsibility. Importance of moral and legal responsibility; Concepts of responsibility and the self that depart from the standard approaches; Relationship between the two concepts; Use of the theory of self and responsibility to analyze some puzzles concerning the attribution and denial of legal responsibility; Forms of responsibility that appear deviant from the voluntarist perspective.

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