Unavoidable actions

Philosophical Explorations 27 (1):57-73 (2023)
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ABSTRACT It’s often assumed, especially in discussions of free will and moral responsibility, that unavoidable actions are possible. In recent years, however, several philosophers have questioned that assumption. Their views are considered here, and the possibility of unavoidable actions is defended and then applied to issues in action theory and in the literature on moral responsibility.

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Justin A. Capes
Flagler College


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