Let us know your special (perhaps hard-earned) insights into the field of moral responsibility. Think of it as a way to provide a shortcut to those just starting in the field. Could include articles/books, arguments, or views you wish you’d known about much earlier than you did.
Today we begin a new series, “I wish I knew then…,” which invites readers to comment on how, if they could, they would give their earlier selves advice about some moral or political topic they’ve done research in. So regarding consequentialism, if you could’ve helped your earlier self overcome some bias, stopped yourself from going down some dead end, helped yourself gain some key insight, or something else, please tell your earlier self in the comments.