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2D. According the Rod erlck Chisholm rs augment in 'Hu man Freedom and the EI-ell‘I'r
a. In order to be morally responsible for an action the action must not have been
caused by anything
b. All actions are eithe r caused by previous events or not caused at all
c. If an agent Is morally responsible for an action then the agent is the ultimate
cause ofth at action
d. All causes are events e. Freedom conflicts with compulsion and constraint. not wIth cau salIty 21. Why does Ftoderick Chisholm think that responsibility Is Inco mpatlble with an in
deterministic triew of hum an action]I
a- Beta use respon sI bl Ilty red uI res th e truth of d eterm in ation
b. Beta use no one can be responsible for a n unca used. totally random and
un p redictable actions c. Beta use the braIn does not function In deterrnlnistically d. Beta use any sort of causation is Incompatible with responsibility e. Beta use we do not bring a lunatic to trail 22. What is the principle of alternate possIbIlItIesi"
a. Every tIme someone acts they could have done otherwise
b. No one Is eyer morally responsible for their action 5
c. If determinism is true then i]_:neyer the case that we could have do ne otherwise
d. An agent is morally responsible for a m o rally bad action only If they co uld have
done otherwise e. A person Is molally responsible for an action only If they could have done otherwise
23. In Harry ankfurt's case Inyolylng Jones-l. what role does Black play]|
a. lEoercer b. lEou nterfactual intenrener
c. Actual threat
d. Brain ma n ipulator
e. Dece iirer
III. What is Susan WolFs thesis of asyrn metrical Freedom]I
a. Free wIII Is incompatible with determinism
b. M oral responsibility foes not require the existence ofalternate possibilities
c. Wh ether rn I: fill respon s| bility conflicts with determinism de pends on whether
th e a ctlon was morally good or bad d. People are newer morally responsible fortheir actions because their actions are
determined by event 5 In the distant past
e. In every case. moral responsibility is incompatible with in determinism
25. Which of the following best captures Thomas Hagel's view In his 'h'loral Luck""iI
3. There is nothing we can do about moral luck
b. The Anna Karenina case undermines the Hantian II'Iew of morality
c. lEausal Iuci: reduces to a combination ofconstituthre lick and clrcum stantiaI luck
d. Moral luck is pervasive and It undermines the Idea ofa responsible agent or self e. Agent regret Is unique kInd of regret and It ulndicates molal Iuci:

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