Who Knew? Responsibility without Awareness

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INDEX
Anscombe, G. E. M., 4n
Aristotle, 1, 35
Arpaly, Nomy, 38n, 68n, 136n, 143n
attributionism, 120–1, 128–33
Austin, J. L., 6n
awareness, standards governing, 21, 82, 87–90, 97–115, 152
understood as normative, 98–9, 106, 111–5
understood as statistical, 98–99, 106–9
Ayer, A. J., 150n
benighting act, 34–7. See also tracing; wrongful choice, made earlier than wrongful act
Bok, Hilary, 18, 43–54
Burge, Tyler, 118n
causation See responsibility, role of causation in determining knowledge condition for
Chalmers, David, 118n
character, 90–1, 112–3, 122
Clark, Andy, 118n
cognitive capacities, 109–10, 113–5
consciousness, 22, 119–21, 123–8, 154
constitutive states, 20–1, 86–93, 105–6, 117–36, 140–1
identified as sustaining rationalityrelated activities, 121–4
relation to cognitive lapses, 20–1, 86–93, 105–6, 117–37
control, 19, 22, 55–60, 94, 137, 145–52
Davidson, Donald, 4n
deliberation, 10, 19, 43–54, 55, 58–9, 61, 64–5, 124, 148, 154
deliberative perspective. See firstperson perspective
Dennett, Daniel, 150n
determinism, 1, 150–1
Donovan, D. A., 102–4
Doris, John, 108n
Dressler, Joshua, 27, 36n, 100
epistemic condition for responsibility. See responsibility, knowledge condition for

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents vii
  • One - The Searchlight View 3
  • Two - Responsibility without Awareness 23
  • Three - Responsibility and Practical Reason 41
  • Four - Kantian Fairness 55
  • Five - Knew—Or Should Have Known? 71
  • Six - A New Beginning 85
  • Seven - Setting the Norms of Recognition 97
  • Eight - The Responsible Self 117
  • Nine - Out of Control 137
  • Index 155
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