A rejoinder to Fischer and tognazzini

Journal of Ethics 14 (1):37 - 42 (2010)
In Otsuka ( 1998 ), I endorse an incompatibilist Principle of Avoidable Blame. In this rejoinder to Fischer and Tognazzini ( 2009 ), I defend this principle against their charge that it is vulnerable to Frankfurt-type counterexample.
Keywords Flicker of freedom  Harry Frankfurt  Frankfurt counterexample  Free will  Incompatibilism  Moral responsibility  Principle of Alternate Possibilities  Principle of Avoidable Blame
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