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John Martin Fischer, "Responsiveness and Moral Responsibility"

  1. Fischer thinks there are fruitful analogies between moral responsibility and
      a. The metaphysics of dependence
      b. Epistemological skepticism
      c. Moral quasi-Realism
      d. Aesthetics
  2. Which of the following best describes Fischer's theory of moral responsibility?
      a. An actual-sequence theory
      b. An alternative-sequence theory
      c. A necessary-sequence theory
      d. A contingent-sequence theory
  3. According to Fischer, what is one of the conclusions we can draw from "Frankfurt-type" cases?
      a. That moral responsibility does depend on an agent's having alternative possibilities
      b. That moral responsibility is incompatible with determinism
      c. That moral responsibility is incompatible with free will
      d. That moral responsibility does not depend on an agent's having alternative possibilities
  4. Which form of reasons-responsiveness is required for moral responsibility?
      a. Weak reasons-responsiveness
      b. Strong reasons-responsiveness
      c. Modal reasons-responsiveness
      d. Actual reasons-responsiveness
  5. What does Fischer call his view of moral responsibility?
      a. Compatibilism
      b. Weak Compatibilism
      c. Semicompatibilism
      d. Strong Compatibilism
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