Unformatted text preview: early age due to problems which lead to distress. Hence, according to Hospers, a person is not responsible for the neurosis and hence cannot be help responsible for any neurotic action. On the other hand, he also thinks that whether a person has the ability to overcome neurotic action or not depends on their luck. He says that if a neurotic has the ability to get cured then he is just lucky. Therefore according to Hospers, it is just luck which determines whether a person is neurotic or not and hence a person also cannot be held responsible for a non-neurotic action....
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- Spring '08
- person, Causality, Hospers, neurotic action