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Ascriptivism is the view that human beings are to be held responsible for their social actions. Ascriptivists hold that to say an action was voluntary on the part of an agent is not to describe the act as caused in a certain way, but to ascribe it to the agent, or to hold the agent responsible for it.
- "Ascriptivism Resurrected: The Case for Ascriptivism" 18. 2006. pp. 19–32. doi:10.1007/1-4020-3982-4_2.
- "Ascriptivism Defended: The Case Against Ascriptivism" 18. 2006. pp. 33–50. doi:10.1007/1-4020-3982-4_3.
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