In this paper I argue that even if the Principle of Alternative Possibilities (PAP) is satisfied, moral responsibility is more seriously threatened ifthe Principle of Alternative Possible Reasons (PAPR) is not satisfied. Nor, I argue, is it clear how it could be satisfied. Finally, I suggest that not only moral responsibility, but also normativity itself, is threatened by the failure to satisfy PAPR.
Open Journal of Philosophy, 2014.
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Alexander, Larry, "The Most Persuasive Frankfurt Example and What It Shows: Or Why Determinis Is Not the Greatest Threat to Moral Responsibility" (2014). School of Law: Faculty Scholarship. 20.