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Responsibility and Boundaries of the Self

The argument that people look beyond free will as the sole ground for responsibility is presented. An alternative account of responsibility that views the self as constantly engaged in defining the boundaries of its spatial, temporal and social identity is discussed.

Journal Title: Harvard Law Review Mar 1992, Vol.105(5), p.959
Main Author: Dan-Cohen, Meir
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Language: English
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