Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2013 Clare E. Riva
This thesis explores Aristotle's theories of habituation and voluntariness and their impact on his ability to attribute moral responsibility to agents. Ultimately, I conclude that Aristotle should drop his assertions that we are morally responsible for our states of character in order to accommodate a compatibilist view that will still allow him to attribute moral responsibility for action to agents.
Riva, Clare E., "Aristotle on Habituation, Voluntariness, and Moral Responsibility: To What Extent is Virtue Up to Us?" (2013). CMC Senior Theses. 548.
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