What is Bernard William's Gauguin case (in his "Moral Luck") supposed to show?
a. Gauguin's moral status is not subject to luck
b. Only the success of Gauguin's artistic project can silence the complaints of his family
c. The capacity of moral agency is present to any rational agent
d. Only the success of Gauguin's artistic project can possibly provide some justification for his decision of taking it up
e. It is a matter of constitutive lick that one becomes a sage
The correct answer is b. Only the... View the full answer