At the heart of agent-centered theories (with their agent-relativereasons) is the idea of agency. The moral plausibility ofagent-centered theories is rooted here. The idea is that morality isintensely personal, in the sense that we are each enjoined to keep ourown moral house in order. Our categorical obligations are not to focuson how our actions cause or enable other agents to do evil; the focusof our categorical obligations is to keep our own agency free of moraltaint.


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