The Journal of Ethics 22 (1):77-92 (2018)

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Michael Zimmerman has recently argued against the twofold Strawsonian claim that there can be no moral responsibility without a moral community and that, as a result, moral responsibility is essentially interpersonal. I offered a number of objections to Zimmerman’s view, to which Zimmerman responded. In this article, I respond to Zimmerman’s responses to my criticisms.
Keywords moral responsibility  moral community  reactive attitudes  interpersonal  holding responsible  michael zimmerman
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