Bykvist, Krister & Gunnar Björnsson | 2020
Oxford University Press (2020)
In the moral responsibility literature, it is often said that blameworthiness presupposes wrongdoing. But there are numerous conceptions of both blame and wrongdoing. Elinor Mason’s Ways to be Blameworthy is, to our knowledge, the first book-length attempt to spell out what the relevant kinds of wrongdoing and blame are that would make a strong connection between wrongdoing and blameworthiness plausible.