Thanks to Juan Comesaña, Dan Hausman, Shaun Nichols, Derk Pereboom, Nico Sillins, Erin Taylor, an anonymous referee for Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, and audiences at the University of Arizona and Cornell University for helpful comments and discussion.
Article first published online: 11 JAN 2011
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Philosophy and Phenomenological Research
Volume 84, Issue 1, pages 63–86, January 2012
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SARTORIO, C. (2012), Resultant Luck. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 84: 63–86. doi: 10.1111/j.1933-1592.2010.00446.x
See also Williams (1981). The term “resultant luck” is originally from Zimmerman (1987). Another common label is “consequential luck.” The other kinds of moral luck identified by Nagel are: luck about our constitution or dispositions, luck about the causes of our acts, and luck about the circumstances in which we act.
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