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Jonathan Knutzen

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A number of philosophers have suggested that formal accounts of personal autonomy are best suited to capturing the concept of autonomy at the heart of liberal morality. I argue that this is likely a mistake. Given the way the concept functions in liberal morality, normative capacity accounts are in a better position to make sense of that role than formal accounts.

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