The Journal of Ethics 17 (3):153-166 (2013)

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Alfred Mele
Florida State University
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This article explores the significance of agents’ histories for directly free actions and actions for which agents are directly morally responsible. Candidates for relevant compatibilist historical constraints discussed by Michael McKenna and Alfred Mele are assessed, as is the bearing of manipulation on free action and moral responsibility
Keywords Agents’ histories  Compatibilism  Free will  Instant agents  Manipulation  Moral responsibility
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