Do the prompt 2.

1100 words.

In “Skepticism about Moral Responsibility”, Gideon Rosen argues that confident positive judgements of moral responsibility are never justified. This conclusion seems incredible. What is Rosen’s argument for it? And where does the argument go wrong? After spelling out the structure of Rosen’s argument, explain in what way you think Rosen’s argument is unsound. In particular, either explain why you think the argument is invalid, or say which premise you think is false, and explain why it is false. (If you think more than one premise is false, focus on the one against which you think you can level your strongest objection.)  


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