A Review of Elinor Mason’s Ways to be Blameworthy [Book Review]

Criminal Law and Philosophy 16 (1):215-221 (2022)
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In this review, I summarize Elinor Mason’s Ways to be Blameworthy and raise some worries concerning three aspects of her book: her account of the knowledge condition on moral responsibility, her notion of blame and its justification as well as Mason’s conception of extended blameworthiness.

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Andreas Brekke Carlsson
Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

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