by John M. Frame
There are two theories of free will that are often discussed in relation to ethical responsibility. The first is usually called “libertarianism,” and it is typical of Arminian theology. 1,470 more words
To be presented at the 11th Annual Yale Bouchet Conference on Diversity and Graduate Education.
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No account of implicit bias—and thus no account of moral responsibility for implicit bias—is complete without consideration of the social contexts that surround and give rise to it.
Forthcoming in Implicit Bias and Philosophy: Volume 2, Moral Responsibility, Structural Injustice, and Ethics, eds. Jennifer Saul and Michael Brownstein, Oxford University Press.
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I argue that problems concerning moral responsibility for implicit bias can be illuminated if we disambiguate between two very different types of moral responsibility.