Which of the following best captures Thomas Nagel's view in his "Moral Luck"?
a. There is nothing we can do about moral luck
b. The Anna Karenina case undermines the Kantian view of morality
c. Causal luck reduces to a combination of constitutive lick and circumstantial luck
d. Moral luck is pervasive and it undermines the idea of a responsible agent or self
e. Agent regret is unique kind of regret and it vindicates moral luck
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