Moral Responsibility and Personal Identity

by Walter Glannon
American Philosophical Quarterly ()

Abstract

This paper examines the conditions of personal identity through time that justify holding persons responsible at later times for their actions and omissions at earlier times. It pays special attention to responsibility in cases of psychological disconnectedness and discontinuity.

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