1: Introduction: A Framework for Moral Responsibility 2: Responsibility and Alternative Possibilities 3: Responsiveness and Moral Responsibility 4: Responsibility for Omissions (with Mark Ravizza) 5: Responsibility and Self-Expression 6: Frankfurt-Style Compatibilism 7: Responsibility and Agent-Causation 8: The Transfer of Nonresponsibility 9: Transfer Principles and Moral Responsibility (with Eleanore Stump)
John Martin Fischer is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of California, Riverside.
"The essays in this book are excellent. Some of the older ones are classics, and the most recent ones provide new and important insight into one of the most significant and plausible theories of moral responsibility of all time.... These essays, and Fischer's writings on free will and moral responsibility more generally, rank among the very best on this topic ever."--Derk Pereboom, Ethics