Just Deserts: Can we be held morally responsible for our actions? Yes, says Daniel Dennett. No, says Gregg Caruso

Aeon 1 (Oct. 4):1-20 (2018)
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Can we be held morally responsible for our actions? Yes, says Daniel Dennett. No, says Gregg Caruso. Reader, you decide

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Gregg D. Caruso
Corning Community College
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Tufts University

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