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Levenbook, Barbara Baum. That Makes It Worse
1980, The Monist 63 (2):228-245.
Added by: Chris Blake-Turner, Contributed by: Barbara Baum Levenbook
Abstract: Essays on excusing conditions and their correlates, mitigating conditions, usually begin with the assumption that there is general agreement on what the standard excuses are, and on where they are inapplicable. This assumption is justified; criminal law and the history of discussions of excuses have produced accord, though now and then doubts are expressed about particulars. Essays on excuses typically aim not so much to convince one that such-and-such are the general types of excuses but, rather, to show how they work and what their operation reveals about the nature of voluntary acts, full responsibility, etc.

Comment: In a course on moral reasoning

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