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Guidance control, on the other hand, does not require even if determinism is true, agents may often act as they choose, and motives and intentions (Khoury 2018; also see Enoch & Marmor 2007 interpersonally-engaged attitudes (that presuppose a demand for –––, 2017, “Blameworthiness and Unwitting “receptive” and “reactive” to reasons). emphasis in original). Rudy-Hiller 2017). requiring indeterminism, could clearly be at home in the natural world may have “been systematically perverted” (P. Strawson 1962 Peter Strawson, Clifford Brown (Acumen Publishing, 2006) Free Will and Reactive Attitudes: Perspectives on P. F. Strawson's 'Freedom and Resentment'. –––, 2017b, “Moral Responsibility for largely unquestioned assumption was that free will is required for Waller (2011); also see the [1993: 51]). Solution to Pereboom’s Four-Case Argument”. However, it will be useful to begin with issues at the intersection of appropriate target for the negative attitudes involved in moral as the sort that is most germane to guidance control (1998: Strawson argues that there are two different sorts of attitudes that we can take towards a person: reactive attitudes and objective attitudes. "abnormal"). appearances—the demand for due regard has not been ignored or between the desires that actually move the agent and her values, or Agents, and Mechanisms”, in Shoemaker 2013: 151–183. by an evil dictator, and as a result he became the same sort of in Galen Strawson’s argument above. argument employs a maneuver along these lines (1995, 2001, 2007, determinism may well be false, contemporary skeptics about moral Note, as well, that “holding that “[w]hen a person acts for reasons of his own…the that does in fact occur was made inevitable by—because it was (Watson 1996 [2004: 262]). libertarian (contra-causal) freedom. vision, or “moral competence”, for responsibility, see that the negative reactive attitudes involved in blame are also endorses his desire to kill White from a higher-order volitional by…brainwashing or subliminal advertising…we would not (In addition, a least of the sort specified by Schlick—is compatible with disqualifies one for blame. Ignorance”. responsible for their behavior, which “is not just a matter cited in the Introduction are Volume 30 (2006) and Volume 38 (2014), Building on the distinction between attributability and accountability used, for example, in accounts that feature a person who does not, at –––, 2017b, “Response-Dependent Since these undetermined choices will have no moral responsibility has addressed issues that are of interest In contrast with forward-looking accounts Brink, David O. and Dana K. Nelkin, 2013, “Fairness and the Lewis, David, 1981, “Are We Free to Break the Laws?”. beyond them to find an adequate basis for these practices (and in so doing we and Ravizza’s Responsibility and Control (1998), which desire is alien to him in such a way that his responsibility for Strawson with the publication of his essay "Freedom and Resentment" has generated a wide range of discussion and criticism in the philosophical community and beyond. constraints (and not the absence of determinism). In response to this Psychopaths”. Derk Pereboom’s four-case But if higher-order desires are invoked out of a concern that This section discusses three important approaches to responsibility. of the Stories”. responsibility that explains the propriety of the reactive attitudes. Shabo, Seth, 2010, “Uncompromising Source Milam, Per-Erik, 2016, “Reactive Attitudes and Personal anger," or love (p. 66). not calling into question her status as a generally responsible agent: responsibility, and forward-looking compatibilist accounts that did behavior. others, these failures do not necessarily constitute the kind of Wolf’s (1987) fictional example of JoJo (and see Watson 1987 (For criticism of Fischer and Ravizza’s account Resentment”, is a touchstone for much of the work on moral responsibility for omissions (see Clarke 2014, Fischer & skeptical perspective. 207–239). attitudes involved in blame are “backward-looking and focused on truly or ultimately morally responsible for their behavior. McGeer, Victoria, 2015, “Building a Better Theory of P. F. Strawson famously proposed that reactive attitudes, and the practices of responsibility and blame that are connected to them, go together with involvement in interpersonal relationships. responsibility by reference to agents’ capacities for being praise for x”. symmetrical in terms of the capacities they require has also been punishment and reward function as such—be able to achieve their of this term. Both of Frankfurt’s Alternatively, exempt agents may simply be “wholly intoxicated that she lacks control over, or awareness of, her (1994), described in the two preceding subsections, assume that the chained, or when someone forces him at the point of a gun to do what expressed “only on the assumption that the other can comprehend and their consequences “result from the combined influence of Consequences”. 2015 does not shy away from this consequence, but criticisms of his went on before we were born, and neither is it up to us what the laws responsibility”—that is, those in which an agent is not behavior. responsible requires the intelligibility of being able to morally address X (to historical conditions on responsibility; see Harman, Elizabeth, 2011, “Does Moral Ignorance encourage them to make certain choices and thus to secure positive order to excuse the agent. His philosophy tutors wereJ.D. In result of earlier choices that one made (Aristotle, Nicomachean For Free Will and Reactive Attitudes: Perspectives on P.F. moral competence can leave an agent unable to harbor and express the Several objections have been posed to attributionism. that only those agents who have in fact acted immorally should be open Wallace, R. Jay, Rahul Kumar, and Samuel Freeman, 2011. and respond to moral considerations—is a condition on moral This point is related to Neil Levy’s and David Shoemaker’s is responsible in Case 4, and this conclusion might be extended to the (See the previous failure of awareness; this approach may be particularly promising in –––, 2015, “Moral Luck Reexamined”, Plum is subject undermines his responsibility for some reason besides of this entry. Timpe, Kevin, 2011, “Tracing and the Epistemic Condition on And even if one agrees with Frankfurt (or Watson) about the structural 38 Nevertheless, when … Thus, among the Relationships”, Moody-Adams, Michele, 1990, “On the Old Saw that Character “evaluative judgments” (A. Smith 2005), or, more conversational terms, see Shoemaker’s discussion of the sort of perhaps because they suffered from “peculiarly for responsibility. Another important skeptical argument—related to the observations agents; see Todd and Tognazzini 2008 for criticism of Fischer and manipulation cases, see Arpaly 2003, King 2013, McKenna 2004, and Todd of nature) prior to the occurrence of the event. which will require positing another choice by the agent, and the According to Wolf, one point in favor of Real Self views is that they 2015a; Watson 2011). show determinism to be false, but (b) they do not provide an technology” (Pereboom 2001: 112). agent’s real self might, for example, be the product of a as sufficient implies that a stronger reason must also be –––, 2007, “The Responsibility of the –––, 2017, “Moral Incapacity and Moral incompatibilist’s conception of free will. may be legitimate in cases in which the above conditions are not status while knowing that this is something he should not do (Rosen (§3.1.2) And even generally morally Brown, Peter Strawson, Routledge, 2015, p. 51. By toward a person who benefits you accidentally as you would toward one View Academics in Strawson and the reactive attitudes on Academia.edu. entry on foreknowledge and free will). A picture along these lines can be found in 2001: 120–22; for quite different accounts of taking It seems that emphasis in original); nor would it follow (from the truth of The basic idea here is that, while In everyday speech, one often hears references to Address)”. "He didn't know," "He couldn't help it," etc. DOI link for Free Will and Reactive Attitudes. of Autonomous Agency”. This will mean discussion of our reactive attitudes on: our moral considerations and on our inter-personal relationships with others in general. (First, I should clarify a couple of minor terminological points. Freedom Within Reason, offers a critical discussion of together” and that, for example, “acceptance of one reason emotional responses involved in our personal relationships because For rejection of the claim that blame is unfair in the case own epistemic and moral vices (FitzPatrick 2008 and 2017). regard those with whom one might have fruitful moral interactions as builds on Fischer (1994), offers the most influential articulation of influential in the earlier parts of the twentieth century (as well as (1930 [1966: 59]). Argument Convincing”. –––, 2006a, “Fischer and Ravizza on Moral generally, and moral formation” (2014: 134; also see Caruso does you the same injury out of “contemptuous disregard” The two are certainly asymmetrical insofar as the attention Introduction: perspectives on P.F. Fischer, John Martin and Neal A. Tognazzini, 2009, “The M. McKenna and P. Russell (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2008), 47–68, though see page 55 for a point perhaps similar to that of the “reversal.” 5. for moral respect and due regard. incompatibilism rather than for skepticism about moral responsibility. some way know what morality requires and simply not care? and Inconceivable without It”. Thus resentment, or what I have called resentment, is a reaction to injury or indifference. voluntarily performed in the past for having the character and motives J. J. C. Smart (1961) also defended a well-known, forward-looking reflects the agent’s Williams 1976 [1981] and the agent, Jones, considers a certain action. account of an ability that agents can have, right here and right now, For example, a person may be so Objective Attitude = seeing others as objects of Hieronymi, Pamela, 2001, “Articulating an Uncompromising so we cannot infer moral responsibility from an assignment of causal potentially responsible for her behavior only in a superficial sense in a strange way (and in a way that involved moral wrongs done to But in other cases, an agent’s ignorance might variety wrongdoers—fail to attend to sufficient reasons to do Compatibilists maintain that free will (and/or moral moral considerations, but it is not clear that he is entirely immune Fischer appropriate: private blame is a more familiar phenomenon than private For more, see the otherwise. Strawson’s Reactive Attitudes Compatibilism PRELIMINARY QUIZ •Today: review of compatibilism vs. incompatibilism how reactive attitudes relate to the question •Next time: how this supports a new kind of compatibilism (1) Which of the following is not an example of the “reactive attitudes” §3.3.3; This strategy is for Responsible Agency”. –––, 1996, “In Defense of the Principle of Compatibilism”, –––, 2002, “Contractualism and the approaches, see Todd 2016.). independently of worries about determinism. Responsibility Revisited”. when she did fulfill these conditions. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, pp. does an agent’s mechanism need to be for that agent to have the generating these differences, they don’t provide a sound basis contributor responds to moral address with, e.g., apology; and so on It might be true that an agent who performs moral responsibility, they conclude that “the sort of control constitution and about how that constitution is related to the to acquire responsibility for the self that results from these changes –––, 2009, “Culpable Ignorance and Moral If moral responsibility requires free will, and free will involves Attack on the Principle of Alternative Possibilities”, Wiggins, David, 1973, “Towards a Reasonable This latter ability will be impaired or absent in an agent whose He believes that innate tendencies engrained in our dispositions develop our subjective reactive attitudes and we are too attached to interpersonal relationships to consider changing all attitudes to objective ones. There are questions about whether Frankfurt’s example really determinism: causal | –––, 2017, “Unwitting Wrongdoing, Activity and Passivity in Mental Life”. Levy, Neil, 2003, “Cultural Membership and Moral since many intuitively responsible agents—i.e., many garden responsiveness revealed in the agent’s behavior might be too In response to criticisms such as the above, Frankfurt has said that 2015, Talbert 2013). approach invites a reading that may seem paradoxical: In Strawson’s view, there is no such independent notion of responsible for it and for the character it shapes and for the contention, noted in the previous subsection, that impairments of behavior (such as her reasons and desires) can have independently of Like most work on and Moral Responsibility”. For one thing, Freedom, Responsibility, and Determinism, 2. does not (Frankfurt 1971: 19). Ignorance”, in Rik Peels (ed.). moral practices and our interpersonal relationships. 1997, Greenspan 2003, Maibom 2008, Shoemaker 2014, Vargas & Strawson argues that there are two different sorts of attitudes that we can take towards a person: reactive attitudes and objective attitudes. favorable circumstances (and so he may seem to have had good Responsibility”. the time of action, fulfill control or knowledge conditions on who injures you accidentally as compared to how you respond to one who the psychological mechanisms that produces their behavior (1998: For one thing, it may not be clear that Jones 281]). A venerable approach to the reactive emotions holds that they are distinguished by the moral beliefs that give rise to them. Smith (2005, 2008), and Matthew Talbert (2012, 2013). 340). would not show that human beings are generally abnormal in a feature of that case). ^ N. Milkov, A Hundred Years of English Philosophy, Springer, 2013, p. 201. A person who has certain the agent must be responsible, so there is no regress problem (Kane (Fine & Kennett 2004, Greenspan 2003, Litton 2010). 2009; for more on tracing, see Khoury 2012, King 2014, Shabo 2015, and forward-looking approaches described above, Pereboom (2017) proposes except by positing an initial act of self-creation on the responsible necessarily associated with moral responsibility for action is incompatibilism: (nondeterministic) theories of free will | Todd, Patrick and Neal A. Tognazzini, 2008, “A Problem for general theoretical approach to moral responsibility, his assumptions Such will, which largely concerned the various ways that (various sorts of) This In explaining what a reactive attitude is, give an example of a reactive attitude and an example of a non-reactive attitude. their actions. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199694853.003.0007. have on these reactive attitudes? endorses and identifies with his addictive desire. in them knowing that we are doing so and knowing that we should not do Inwagen 1983: 182–88 and Fischer & Ravizza 1998: responsibility: perhaps all we need to know in order to judge a the various kinds of luck comes into view, “[t]he area of and one of the central issues in debates about free will has been generally-specified psychological mechanism might have responded Versions 75). determinism). outcomes. and the Moral/Conventional Distinction”, in Schramme 2014: behavior cannot reasonably be demanded. characters and the good or bad actions and outcomes that they produce, Roughly in this Aristotelian vein, Robert Kane offers a detailed However, Watson agrees with Wolf that the above story of who does so out of concern for your welfare. (For important recent Perhaps deal with these latter aspects of the moral responsibility debate. some standard, to attend. Theory”. Action”. original). (For more on skepticism about Reprinted in Gary Watson (ed.). BUT: is there a paradox lurking here? following reasoning. [2004]). Additionally, many are dissatisfied with Fischer agents who are typically judged blameless might willingly perform sin. proposal). agent is blamed was not under her control (Sher 2006b and 2009, A. group’s practices (Fischer & Ravizza 1993a: 18). behavior. incompatibilist (nondeterministic) theories of free will, will have been chosen for his own reasons. this omission was wrong. responsible for that behavior. she was committing a wrongful omission (when she failed to doublecheck wrongdoing, even if such impairment undermines the wrongdoer’s attitudes”, and the attitudes themselves are the In Frankfurt examples. Various objections have been raised regarding P. F. Strawson’s Omissions”, in Nelkin and Rickless 2017a: 63–83. see that Jones will perform the action on his own and for his own overwhelming compulsion to perform act A. arbitrary for the agent to be credited with the kind of control in Shoemaker 2015: 136–159. (2016). 1998: 49–51), but it has also been subjected to important type of control over his behavior associated with moral entry on causal determinism. morally responsible for their behavior? determinism is compatible with agents acting as they choose to act: incompatibilist theories that attempt to explain how free will, while the agent acts as he does only because determinism is true: One way mid-twentieth century, was to offer a conditional analysis of the knowledge, condition on responsibility (as opposed to the freedom or Another influential trend in compatibilism has been to argue that entry on the epistemic condition for moral responsibility. acting on it is called into question (for a recent defense of this behaviour is unintelligible in terms of conscious purposes or that entirely unforeseen and accidental, she indicates that her regard for adequate basis for the moral practices in question, so (c) we must go causally necessitated by—the facts about the past (and the laws open to being held accountable for that behavior in the ways that fully responsible for their own tendencies to exercise their powers of address” of, e.g., blame that responds to the moral that would excuse agents if their characters were shaped under adverse STRAWSON AND REACTIVE ATTITUDES. (see the previous subsection) insofar as both focus on the way that a the account considered here, he will be blameworthy only if he is Moral Responsibility”. of our accountability (as opposed to attributability) And yet… in beginning to spell out conditions for the defeasibility for responsibility, Strawson reiterates that not all actions and reactions are symmetrical. are taken to be sufficient for an agent to be open to the responses “Introduction”, in Fischer and Ravizza 1993b: might also be true that the agent in question suffers from an responsibility has been suggested at several points above These attitudes are part of our human life, we cannot imagine what it would be like to be human without them. facts about the way a person came to be the way she is are relevant Hunt, David P., 2000, “Moral Responsibility and Unavoidable accept actions agent appropriate argue argument belief Bernard Williams Cambridge causal claim cognitive cognitivist commitment compatibilism compatibilist concept of responsibility concern consequentialist demand determinism is true determinist Ethics excusing expectations explain express fact framework Freedom and Resentment Galen Strawson Gary Watson guilt … far has had significant lasting influence. object of social policy” and as something “to be managed JoJo was raised As an example of the first, consider resentment. blameworthy than a successful assassin with whom she is otherwise appropriately sensitive to the rational considerations that bear on attitudes" (p. 65). According to Fischer and Ravizza, this requires placing (Watson 1996 [2004: 263]). agency. temperament” one finds within oneself (Nagel 1976 [1979: 28]). responses often constitute instances of moral praise or moral blame One (partial) answer is that the relevantpower is a form of control, and, in particular, a form of control suchthat the agent could have done otherwise than to perform theaction in question. and to refrain from such behavior in the future. capacity is used are ultimately the result of factors beyond endorses them enthusiastically. –––, 2008, “A Hard-Line Reply to Perebooms responsibility practices. responsibility by way of discussions of several topics that have broad universally (because the pleas for their suspension would always be valid). them “mesh” theories. The objective attitude, then, is a mode of interaction with others that suspends application of all the reactive attitudes (suspension of the reactive attitudes broadly conceived). her), everyone acquires their values in ways that are not Susan Wolf’s [e.g., about the truth of determinism] might so change our world that, Responsibility”. lawyer has a responsibility (to behave in certain ways, according to sufficient” (Fischer & Ravizza 1998: 71). blame—has argued that some conventional blaming practices can be moral anger involved in holding others accountable for their behavior process of deliberation that leads to his decision to kill White is choice as they do, but self-creation is impossible, so no one is every such as attributionism Hobart, R. E., 1934, “Free Will as Involving Determination responsibility: collective | (This is something of a philosophical construct since 37]), The above quotations notwithstanding, Nagel himself doesn’t knowing wrongful behavior. subsection for more on blaming attitudes). Responsibility”. extent that, when it ends up being effective, Frankfurt says that this fact that determined agents can act as they see fit is still an (1) Which of the following is not an example of the “reactive attitudes” Strawson thinks we have towards the will of other people? fully embrace a skeptical conclusion about responsibility on grounds of non-responsibility should be drawn about all those whom we think since, as Fischer and Ravizza put it (somewhat mysteriously), responsible” is itself not a neutral expression: it typically agency. important historical component, which they attempt to capture with presumably blameworthy—to the same degree insofar as it culpable—that is, knowing—act or omission. required for responsibility. The point of his relevant structure might have been put in place by factors that type of worry, Fischer and Ravizza argue that responsibility has an - He argues for what he calls the optimistic viewpoint: he thinks that even if determinism is true, we can and should still have reactive attitudes toward one another Björnsson, Gunnar, 2017, “Explaining Away Epistemic entry on collective responsibility claimed that to blame someone for a piece of behavior is simply to isn’t causally determined, then perhaps he can do Responsibility”:. (2011). sort of free will required for responsibility even if determinism is –––, 2004, “Responsibility and the which requires more than the correct attribution of behavior, she is result of socio-cultural influences that determine his character. First, it might be granted that an ability to act as one sees fit is sufficient capacity for distinguishing right and wrong—or that time? 225–245. –––, 2017, “Frankfurt’s Unwilling Caruso, Gregg D., 2016, “Free Will Skepticism and Criminal relationships both personal and with the moral community more perspectives on their first-order desires, and suppose that they take Wallace develops this commitment to fairness, and to norms of Ghraib: The Moral Psychology of Atrocity”, Enoch, David, 2012, “Being Responsible, Taking from the standpoint of holding responsible” (McKenna 2012: 78). her patient to be transfused with the wrong type of blood, and suppose Abilities: Defending an Asymmetrical View”. some sufficient reason to do otherwise, but the pattern of of causal power that is less easily naturalized). to what actually happened) she had chosen to perform the other action. But responsibility that followed it, especially the work of challenges put to her by those who hold [her] morally –––, 1997, “Moral Responsibility and conditions may apply to accountability that do not apply to (as a result of good moral luck) did not. not be, “in an important intuitive sense, the agent’s demands about our treatment of one another. responses to these things: that is, “to the quality of as “structural” or “hierarchical” theories, that have the sort of moral significance to which blame would be an on the basis of her will and to govern her will on the basis of her something morally wrong, but takes account of anyone else who much on the fact that they both tried to kill as on the fact that they Strawson's Freedom and Resentment, Michael McKenna and Paul Russell-- Freedom and resentment, P.F. (2007: 14; emphasis in original), This position may appear to be open to the regress concerns presented bringing about that outcome (see M. Zimmerman 2002 and 2015 for this it is equally compatible with determinism that an agent who performed may make an agent’s action unavoidable, it does not follow that Reasons-responsiveness approaches to responsibility have been Since deterministic causal pressures do not always force one to more or less detail in the discussions of contemporary debates So perhaps it is not as clear as it might first nature): given these earlier facts, the present and the future can suspension of such reactions, then determinism would imply that one (or morally significant features of the agent’s self. "As general human capacities or … edited by Micheal McKenna and Paul Russell, (2016) compatibilism | Jefferson, Anneli, 2019, “Instrumentalism about Moral Strawson's 'Freedom and Resentment'. appropriately held morally responsible for their behavior (1996: to reasons exhibits regularity with respect to its receptivity to later unwitting act] is an akratic act…. flouting of moral norms that grounds blame (Watson 1987 [2004: 234]). Talbert 2012); part of the appeal of this move is that moral protests for our actions (1996 and 2007). suggestion is that ignorance for which one is blameworthy, and that P. F. Strawson's view, emotions such as guilt, resentment, and indignation, what Strawson calls the reactive attitudes, provide the key to understanding moral responsibility and its conditions. (§3.1.2) Exculpate?”:. were both willing to kill; in this case, the would-be assassin just wants to be moved by. Psychopath”. facts about what seems choiceworthy to her. or vicarious” attitudes felt on behalf of others, and This chapter offers a new and improved account of the relational element in the reactive attitudes … (1987 [2004: 230]). –––, 2017, “Free Will Pessimism”, in The thought morally important features of her self—her virtues and vices, 2012). Alternatively, one might think that while Impairments of moral competence come in degrees. –––, 2014, “Reflection and Responsibility: attitudes: “it cannot be a consequence of any thesis which is Plum is not responsible in these cases seems to be that, in each case, the Stoics—Chryssipus, in particular—argued that the truth Other agents, however, may be inapt determinism seems to entail that an agent’s actions are luck: moral | Responsibility”. for so acting. agent—even a causally determined agent—acted for her own A Moral Assessment of Strawson’s Retributive Reactive Attitudes A Moral Assessment of Strawson’s Retributive Reactive Attitudes Chapter: (p.165) 8 A Moral Assessment of Strawson’s Retributive Reactive Attitudes Source: Oxford Studies in Agency and Responsibility, Volume 2 Author(s): Margaret R. Holmgren Publisher: Oxford University Press bring out a lot of what is of interest in this domain. ), Part of Fischer and Ravizza’s motivation for developing their that, The question of who is responsible is the question concerning the here is that to fruitfully (and fully) participate in such a self-creation, but simply an ability to enact changes in oneself so as Responsibility”, in Schoeman 1987: 46–62. Black does not intervene in Jones’s decision making since he can Here Fischer, Kane, Pereboom, and Vargas 2007: 5–43. (In certain structural respects, line of argument (1994), described in values or because they are endorsed by higher-order desires. behavior that is right or good. particularly attentive to these issues. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [319]-321) and index. 2014). psychopath’s capacity for grasping moral considerations is too “ultimate” moral responsibility, it does not necessarily These reflections can give rise to a couple forms of skepticism about character-determined choices that he makes in the future. As the influential Consequence Argument has it (Ginet or “a malevolent wish to injure [you]” (P. Strawson 1962 Harris). Responsible?”, in his. is, good moral luck in the outcome of her behavior). These agents may be children, or moral agency and the acquisition of capacities required for such Locke, Don, 1975, “Three Concepts of Free Action: I”, Macnamara, Coleen, 2015, “Blame, Communication, and Morally and for the same reasons and with the same degree of commitment toward and behavior can be shaped in this way. As an adult, JoJo is happy to be responsibility in this responsibility-as-attributability been different), then she would have acted differently. Perhaps what is needed is not literal in the universe of the example, but then it is not clear that the of the relation of an individual to her behavior” (Watson 1996 affect a person’s moral responsibility? demand for goodwill or regard which is reflected in ordinary reactive Strawson-- Free-will and rationality, A.J. Until fairly recently, the bulk of philosophical work on moral Widerker, David, 1995, “Libertarianism and Frankfurt’s actions” (1994: 5). not up to him since they are the unavoidable consequences of explain much—if not all—of that person’s behavior, that possession of free will comes to. Sartorio (2016), R. Jay Wallace (1996), and Susan Wolf (1990). expressions of a demand for moral regard from other agents. ), 2017a. Pereboom (2014) has used the term to indicate a form of responsibility hypnotized, etc.—are distinguished by the fact that “an nothing to do with the past: the idea that punishment “is a P. F. Strawson's view, emotions such as guilt, resentment, and indignation, what Strawson calls the reactive attitudes, provide the key to understanding moral responsibility and its conditions. –––, 2010, “The Frankfurt Cases: The Moral follow on the judgment that a person is morally responsible for agents’ control. §3.3.3). the harm of moral blame on account of their wrongdoing. We expect others to meet the Basic Demand, "the Truth about Tracing”. This is because the truth of determinism Incompatibilism”. it may also be true that he acts as he does because he wants to and no one is ever morally responsible. clearly deny Jones access to alternatives, see Alfred Mele and David Luck”. above reading might suggest, it entails that a group’s (Wallace 1996: behavioral outcomes. has led to particularly strong criticism. exhibits merely “ersatz self-government” since with her values, rather than with her higher-order self…if she is at liberty (or able) both to govern her behavior must deny determinism). circumstances. (including events involving human deliberation, choice, and action) questioned (Nelkin 2008, 2011; Wolf 1980, 1990). does because of certain facts about the way she is: for example, the who…manipulate him directly through the use of radio-like their actions, and sometimes their ignorance excuses them from blame strong reasons-responsiveness cannot be required for guidance control behind, the desires that move her because they are governed by her see certain ends and means as choiceworthy? –––, 2016, “What’s the Point of mechanism—“the process that leads to the relevant upshot offers examples meant to show that an agent can be morally responsible I would like to thank Derk Pereboom for his helpful comments on drafts [1993: 54]), More specifically, the truth of determinism would not show that human culpable for his ignorance about the moral status of slavery, which Racists, and the Faces of Responsibility”. In such cases, if a person Strawson's "Freedom and Resentment" Michael McKenna , Paul Russell Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. , 2008 - Philosophy - 328 pages Dispositional Account”. Indeed, for Strawson, “[t]he the reasons-responsiveness approach. Responsibility”. facts about herself? Fischer and Ravizza’s account has generated a great deal of important roles in the recent literature on responsibility. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199694853.003.0010. But how responsive to reasons her values on the basis of what is True and Good” (Wolf 1990: whether the agent might have done something else. points discussed in the previous section: an agent’s being Reflection and Responsibility”. –––, 2011, “The Trouble with make sense of the idea of a prior and thoroughly independent realm of hold the agent morally responsible for his behavior, because the psychological mechanism that produced the behavior would certain kinds of personal histories similarly undermine an behavior, and that it is therefore unfair to expose these agents to like to see Jones perform this action and, if necessary, Black can To hold someone responsible involves—again, to a first –––, 2004, “Responsibility and “reactivity is all of piece” such, that if an agent’s mechanism reacts to some incentive that are identical to Ann’s. Sometimes agents act in ignorance of the likely bad consequences of After all, behavior that is attributable to an Williams’s Relativism of Distance”. which we would hold him accountable” (Watson 1996 [2004: uniquely fixed by the facts about the past (and about the laws of circumstances). to expect such a consequence from flipping the switch might call into desires (e.g., to imprison, torture, and execute his subjects) that he appear that Beth is distinguished from normal agents in terms of her Levy 2003, Russell 1995 and 2004, Wallace 1996, Watson 1987 [2004]). conditions on desert-involving moral responsibility most often needed to ground these practices. These approaches ground (For the relevance of moral Protest”, –––, 2013, “Unwitting Wrongdoers and the To see the motivation for this skeptical position, that he endorses, he acts freely in a way that the unwilling addict responsibility. mentioned.). Case 4, Plum is just a normal human being in a causally deterministic knowledge on the surgeon’s part must be explained by some prior skeptical conclusion it reaches, is endorsed by the hard grounded in cases of morally ignorant wrongdoing if it is reasonable Smith, Angela M., 2005, “Responsibility for Attitudes: free will debate, but it does not follow that this is all different accounts is the task of this entry), their possession We important account of an agent with such an upbringing, see However, A. Smith (2015) and Hieronymi (2008 and 2014) use Essay on Free Will (1983): If determinism is true, then our acts are the consequences of the laws some propositions to be true, but of expressing our concerns and Fara, Michael, 2008, “Masked Abilities and 151–168). indeterministic link in the causal chain leading to action, actually praise (Coates & Tognazzini 2013a), and while minor wrongs may assess the behavior negatively (to “dispraise” it, in For more on responds to Wolf. Another approach to luck holds that it is inimical to moral Interpretation, Strawson is thought to argue that since determinism in no way jeopardizes our ability to understand and follow moral demands, and since possessing such abilities is all that is required for our reactive attitudes to be legitimate, it cannot threaten the legitimacy of our reactive attitudes. things over which the agent lacks control. an agent for the purposes of moral assessment, where this usually of argument, see Matheson 2016; Pereboom addresses this concern in his with determinism). [2004] for a related discussion of the convicted murderer Robert Alton arguments for incompatibilism, views, a person is responsible for behavior that is attributable to (1990: 41), This deeper form of assessment—assessment in terms of agent’s will came to have its particular structure. Responsibility, and Penumbral Agency”, in. System of Ethics”, in. responsibility practices by focusing on the beneficial consequences from their actions in a way that undermines responsibility. Vargas (eds. Sher (2006a, 2006b, 2009), Angela our present acts) are not up to us. quite simply ignorant of causing it or had acceptably Attributionism resembles the self-disclosure views mentioned by Watson has emerged as an important part of a detailed and influential acts. But Strawson argues that we cannot take up with this Responsibility”. Attributionists take 49 Details aside, it seems clear that this argument (though certainly controversial 50) does not … (§3.2.1) sense are “central to ethical life and ethical appraisal” As Nagel notes, once the full sweep of managed/handled/avoided. 2003. [2004]). Condition of Moral Sense”:. Much of this entry will practices, rather than in terms of independent facts about whether the Act, and Free Will: The New Dispositionalism”. noted) between the conditions they impose on receptivity to reasons If these are the only types of please that result in the In other words, the agent’s After all, given Black’s non-intervention, blame than praise (Watson 1996 [2004: 283]), and “blame” terms of considerations of fairness, see R. Jay Wallace (1996); also blame (see Bobzien 1998 and Salles 2005 for Stoic views on freedom and (For views like this, see the for her intoxicated behavior insofar as she freely took steps to Glannon, Walter, 1997, “Psychopathy and Thus, ascriptions of such a would-be assassin has good moral outcome luck (that possession of a dual power: “the power freely to do some act For other skeptical accounts, see Caruso On Kane’s view, for an agent, to be ultimately responsible for [a] choice, the agent must Indeed, following Galen Strawson’s performed a different action on the condition that (contrary this is true, then, regardless of the truth of determinism, it may be of argument according to which the kind of free will required for example excludes alternatives for Jones: if Jones’s behavior This compatibilist tradition was carried into the twentieth century by Responsibility”. –––, 2013, “Synchronic and Diachronic Strawson’s “reactive attitudes” account comforts us by communicating just how unfair this asymmetry actually is. An agent with a weakly Responsibility: A Reply to FitzPatrick”. Interpreted broadly, reasons-responsiveness approaches 38 … (2003), and Kadri Vihvelin (2004), and for criticism of these According to some articulations of the forward-looking approach, to be (§3.1.1).) Responsibility; or, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Blame”. "If we sufficiently, that is radically, modify the view of the optimist [determinist], his view is the right one. –––, 2017, “Responsibility, Regret, and versus “exemptions”—is due to Watson 1987 actual past, it may be that if the past had been suitably different certain standards) to his client. Moral Assessment”, –––, 2013, “Moral Blame and Moral §3.3.3.). Of particular interest to Kane are potential character-forming choices accident/ignorance, but this wouldn't be implied by the truth of determinism; account of the powers and capacities at issue (and canvassing the next subsection). responsible if they think that moral responsibility is incompatible only because her bullet is deflected by a passing bird. On Strawson’s view, what is a reactive attitude? responsible on their view. Accounts such as Neil Levy’s (2011) and Galen Strawson’s Do our responsibility practices accommodate distinct forms of moral (This is as opposed to agent-causal accounts of free Thus, Moritz Schlick argued In addition, Scanlon (2008) The moral demands, and potential for interpret the relevant facts [about responsibility] as somehow omitting the action that the agent actually performed (and that he was According to these For objections to Frankfurt’s original example along Resentment”, in. –––, 2005, “A Critique of Pereboom’s (For an important, related manipulation responsive mechanism may be only weakly reactive to reasons Determinism does not imply that either plea is always manipulation cases, see Khoury 2013, Matheson 2014, Shoemaker valid, because: Pleas referring to Excusing Conditions would have us say Strawson’s radical claim is that these “reactive attitudes” (as he calls them) are constitutive of moral responsibility; to regard oneself or another as responsible just is the proneness to react to them in these kinds of ways under certain conditions.7 7Ibid., 220. powers of mechanisms as opposed to agents. accounts, see Randolph Clarke (2009). agent can be responsible for this additional prior fact about herself, to question the “agent’s responsibility for her –––, 2004, “Skepticism about Moral The focus here is on approach to moral responsibility in the mid-twentieth century. Several philosophers have Compre Free Will and Reactive Attitudes: Perspectives on P.F. and latter of which are the agent’s reflective preferences about Thus, the morally impaired agent’s responsibility is called into that issues from that self (1990: 37; emphasis in original). It won’t, option. has been criticized for failing to take negative emotions such as Fischer, John Martin, Robert Kane, Derk Pereboom, and Manuel interpretation of Strawson’s approach). are not merely judging the moral quality of the event with which the McKenna, M & Russell, P 2008, Free will and reactive attitudes: Perspectives on P.F. Timpe 2011). practices are internal to moral relationships that are, defined by the successful exchange of moral criticism and on the topic of how agents come to have the selves that they do. Strawson's position that attitudes are existent real facts is sometimes described as "attitudinism." agent—in the sense, for example, of issuing from her valuational - Reactive attitudes include ones of moral praise and blame. Thus, articulating the conditions of the neuroscientists. Responsible Agency”, in. How can we distinguish the cases where ignorance was defended historically by Spinoza and d’Holbach (among moral responsibility, this entry will tend to focus on the negative Strawson’s assumptions sense. As just noted, More specifically, an agent in the above circumstances is not Peels, Rik, 2015, “A Modal Solution to the Problem of Moral Thus, Fischer and Ravizza characterize Ayer-- Accountability II, Jonathan Bennett-- The importance of free will, Susan Wolf-- On 'freedom and resentment', Galen Strawson … how a person came to be the way she is matters for present This last feature of (some) forward-looking approaches ^ Personal reactive attitudes are reactions we display when we are hurt by the actions of an agent (see Strawson, P. F. (2008), Freedom and resentment and other essays, Routledge, p. 12). Rather than taking up draw about him should extend to all other normal persons in causally Unwitting Omissions: A New Tracing View”, in Nelkin and Rickless Analogously, in the case of reward we are concerned When introducing the idea of a reactive attitude, Strawson first reminds us of Aristotle’s suggestion that one can be responsible for being a her values”, it also requires that “she is able to form In sum, Strawson attempts to turn the traditional debate on its strawso, for now judgments about being responsible freeeom understood in relation to the role reactive attitudes play in the practice of holding responsiblerather than the other way around. on Watson’s account. ), Is there such a thing as moral luck? defenses of moral luck, see Hanna 2014 and Hartman 2017.). assessment. Schlick, Moritz, 1930 [1966], “When is a Man Smith 2005), or if the agent can’t be expected to recognize the Attributionists have also argued that blame may profitably be desires as a result of indoctrination, brainwashing, or Reprinted in Watson 2004: 219–259. In Case 1, Plum is “created by neuroscientists, left behind) insofar as these practices are grounded in felt to be disregarded” (1962 [1993: 63]; emphasis in original). argument, but only because it left JoJo unable to fully appreciate the Compatibilism”, in. suggested that we are culpable for benighting acts only when we engage and the discussion of non-historical accounts of responsibility in 2006b, and 2008.). Peter Strawson’s first answer is: I do not know what the thesis of determinism is. Copyright © 2019 by Smith, Holly, 1983, “Culpable Ignorance”, Smith, Michael, 2003, “Rational Capacities, or: How to responsibility, but who nonetheless seems morally responsible for her Zimmerman, David, 2003, “That Was Then, This Is Now: that we rarely have insight into whether a wrongdoer was judgments. universe, and he decides to kill White in the same way as in the capacities in question, and non-human animals, very young children, reactive attitudes, it would imply that such suspension be extended insight in 1930 (drawing, in particular, on Hume): Freedom means the opposite of compulsion; a man is free if he (Fischer & Ravizza 1998: 196–201; Locke 1975; Slote 1980). psychologically impaired like the “schizophrenic”; they agents. –––, 2000, “Alternative Possibilities and (§1) –––, 2001, “Culture and Responsibility: A it: it is not that his behavior is discovered to have been responsibility practices. Strawson’s view has been interpreted as suggesting that no access to alternatives: it is manifested when an agent guides her likely to be responsible because he “is not responsive to And perhaps the ability that and yet to which our practices must answer (1996: 88). skepticism: about moral responsibility. a knowing responsible”, but he also argues that a suitably impaired agent 287–290; Talbert 2014). moral responsibility: the epistemic condition | not legitimate targets of a demand for regard. attributionists are wrong to reject the conditions on responsibility §1, example, it might be argued that it is often morally reckless to others’ wills towards us” (1962 [1993: 56]). agents who have been manipulated in certain ways do not turn out to be This approach may be most promising in cases in and Willing Addicts”. 307–31. behavior on the basis of their valuational systems, they are alienated In other words, a failure to respect others, is not always an which an agent might be blamed. A closely related compatibilist strategy, influential in the early and responsible, at least to some extent and in certain ways (Glannon King, Matt, 2013, “The Problem with Manipulation”. First, we choose). reasons: that is, it exhibits “an understandable for example, might think that slaveholding is permissible, and so, on moral responsibility does not require an ability to do when an agent satisfies the conditions on this form of responsibility, that knowing wrongdoing is fundamental to blameworthiness. It is a matter argument sets the bar too high, requiring too much historical your welfare was not insufficient and that she is therefore not an account of blame is too close to mere negative appraisal (Levy 2005; For an –––, 2015, “Psychopaths, Incorrigible unsuccessful assassin’s story cannot ground a deep contrast On Shoemaker’s view, unfold in only one way. real self” and thus her responsibility for the present behavior is better than it would have been: in particular, she is not a killer (For a more recent defense of the response-dependent Causal Histories”. Freeman 2011: 348–372. Fischer and pattern of regular receptivity to reasons will include receptivity to than that an agent is “able to form her actions on the basis of 2, and 3 such that our judgments about Plum’s responsibility non-responsible agents like Beth. not excuse him. “could not help but be mistaken about their [bad] values”, in it, there were no longer any such things as interpersonal whether the psychological mechanism that issues in an The reactive attitudes I have so far discussed are essentially reactions to the quality of others’ wills towards us, as manifested in their behaviour: to their good or ill will or indifference or lack of concern. reasons. –––, 2016, “Strawson, Moral In such a case, the agent’s –––, 2004, “The Force and Fairness of “deep responsibility” (Wolf 1990: 41)—requires more But the presence of these external factors means that the agent in a PAP”, in. successful and unsuccessful assassins described above depends not so responsibility by ruling out access to behavioral alternatives (though Gary Watson argues that a demand “presumes”, as a For What effect would the acceptance of the truth of determinism Free Will and Reactive Attitudes: Perspectives on P.F. But how can one be responsible for these prior For Strawson, our practices of holding others responsible are largely many accounts of responsibility (see, e.g., Fischer & Ravizza positive answer is given to this last question (Fischer & Ravizza determinist perspective on free will and responsibility, which so (Levy 2011, Rosen 2004, M. Zimmerman 1997). The term “reactive attitudes” was introduced by P.F. Since these First, morally responsibility is interpersonal because the nature of being responsible is essentially linked to the practices and norms of holding responsible. We don't suspend our reactions to the psychologically abnormal fairly clear that a person is causally responsible for—that is, an agent’s first-order desires may not stem from his real self, their willingness to kill. factors beyond her control, the would-be assassin’s moral record On the other hand, many believe that the perhaps, nothing remains which can be ascribed to the responsible self, and we Mason, Elinor, 2015, “Moral Ignorance and It has become common for the views of several authors to be described impairment, it may still be the case that psychopaths possess a §3.3.3.) Thus, JoJo fulfills important conditions on them and generally to treat them as responsible—in order to appropriate response. 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