How should we treat people with personality disorder who commit crimes? Should we hold them responsible, or as victims of their condition? Hanna Pickard discusses the issue of moral responsibility in relation to personality disorder in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. This episoded was orignally released on Bioethics Bites made in association with the Uehiro Centre and with a grant from the Wellcome Trust.
Does recent neuroscience undermine the idea that we can reasonably be held morally responsible for our actions? Neil Levy discusses the relationship between responsibility and consciousness in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.
What is criminal responsibility? How does the criminal law relate to morality? Is criminal responsibility a timeless concept, or is it tied to historical circumstances, part of a social practice? Nicola Lacey addresses these questions in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast.