Luck

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2016)

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Fernando Broncano-Berrocal
Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract
Winning a lottery, being hit by a stray bullet, or surviving a plane crash, all are instances of a mundane phenomenon: luck. Mundane as it is, the concept of luck nonetheless plays a pivotal role in central areas of philosophy, either because it is the key element of widespread philosophical theses or because it … Continue reading Luck →.
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