Consider Thomas Nagel’s article, “Moral Luck”. State the Control Principle. State the
conditions for moral luck and how moral luck results from the Control Principle.
Describe Nagel’s four kinds of moral luck. Give examples for how each of these would
violate the Control Principle. When viewing Nagel’s position as a response to Kantian
ethics, what is the most fundamental way in which we should evaluate moral judgments?
Moreover, how does moral luck affect consequentialist judgments? Provide scenarios for
instances in which moral luck might complicate both Kantian and consequentialist
judgments (Make sure your scenarios include resolutions.) Must be 1000-1500 words no block quotes! Mla cited see