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08/05/ · Whereas resultant moral luck exists if how good one is can depend on the results of one’s actions, even when those results are due to factors beyond one’s control, circumstantial moral luckexists if how good one is can depend on how one acts, even when how one acts is . 28/07/ · Moral luck is a way of thinking about the relation between luck and moral accountability that recognizes that no one really knows what outcomes will result from their intentions. Causal Moral Luck. Causal moral luck, which equates largely with the problem of free will, is the least-detailed of the varieties that Thomas Nagel describes. The general definition is that actions are determined by external events and are thus consequences of events over which the person taking the action has no control. /5/8 · In “Moral Luck,” Thomas Nagel describes the motivation for denying the existence of moral luck. He writes, “Prior to reflection it is intuitively plausible that people cannot be morally assessed for what is not their fault, or for what is due to factors beyond their control.” 1 We’ll call this principle, that how good one is cannot depend on factors beyond one’s control, the. Moral luck is a phenomenon whereby a moral agent is assigned moral blame or praise for an action or its consequences even though it is clear that said agent did not have full control over either the action or its consequences. This term, introduced by Bernard Williams, has been developed, along with its significance to a coherent moral theory, by Williams and Thomas Nagel in their respective. Moral Luck centres on questions of moral philosophy and the theory of rational action. That whole area has of course been strikingly reinvigorated over the last decade, and philosophers have both broadened and deepened their concerns in a way that now makes much earlier moral and political philosophy look sterile and ottawagdc.orgs: 9. The final kind of moral luck is in the immediate circumstances of our actions. I may be triggered into irrational anger by a certain kind of behavior which is in itself harmless. Whether I react with inappropriate anger depends on whether I run into that behavior. ‘Moral luck’ refers to situations where someone is held morally responsible for actions that were beyond their control, and such situations feel intuitively unjust. In this talk, I unpack Thomas Nagel’s argument that, ultimately, nothing is under our control, and so all cases of assigning moral responsibility are cases of moral luck. Moral luck describes circumstances whereby a moral agent is assigned moral blame or praise for an action or its consequences even though it is clear that said agent did not have full control over either the action or its consequences. This term, introduced by. Moral luck is an important issue in meta- ethics. Its conflict to principle of control make challenges to moral moral assessment, moral judgment and moral responsibility. Bernard Williams is the first philosopher who uses the expression "moral luck" and tries to. moral luck is that our ordinary moral judgments routinely violate the control condition: people are praised and blamed for matters beyond their control. Nagel classifies the various cases of moral luck as resultant, circumstantial, or constitutive luck—based on that9.