On Moral Ignorance and Mistakes of Fact: a Response to Harman
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Moral ignorance is always blameworthy, but “failing to realize” that P when you have sufficient evidence for P is sometimes exculpatory, according to Elizabeth Harman (2017). What explains this alleged puzzle? Harman (2017) leaves this an open question. In this article, a solution is offered.
Blame; Moral ignorance; Consequentialism
Abbate, C. E.
On Moral Ignorance and Mistakes of Fact: a Response to Harman.