- Title Pages
- I The Necessity of Moral Sentiment
- 1 Logic, “Liberty”, and the Metaphysics of Responsibility
- 2 Minding the Matter of Necessity: A Paradox Regarding Causation
- 3 Causation, Compulsion, and Compatibilism
- 4 The Naturalism of Hume's “Reconciling Project”
- 5 Hume's Naturalism and Strawson's Reconciling Project
- II The Elements of Responsibility
- 6 The Content and Objects of Moral Sentiment
- 7 Action, Character, and Excuses
- 8 Will, Intention, Feeling: The Indications of Character
- 9 The Involuntary Nature of Moral Character
- 10 Retributive Feeling and the Utility of Punishment
- 11 Pride, Fortune, and the Godless Man
- 12 Responsibility Naturalized: A Qualified Defence of Hume
- Freedom and Moral Sentiment
- Oxford University Press
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