Problem trafu moralnego i winy według Thomasa Nagela i Norvina Richardsa. Próba uzupełnienia krytyki Richardsa
The Problem of Moral Luck by Thomas Nagel and Norvin Richards. An Attempt to Complete Richard's Critique
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The article discusses the problem of moral luck described by T. Nagel and B. Williams. It also presents the critique of N. Richards. In terms of Nagel moral luck causes a paradox: we judge morally random acts and break the principle of estimating only those acts which are under the con- trol of the perpetrator. Richards criticizes the sole use of the criterion of effects of the act, without intentions. This criticism is extended and includes the objection of too far-reaching generalization of the role of luck made by Nagel.
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