The article presents views of selected philosophers, from antiquity and the Middle Ages, on luck and its role in morality. It shows that, for example, Plato did not consider moral luck. Aristotle did but without such concequences as Williams and Nagel did. Stoics also considered morality as independent from the fortune provided that the wise man is able to become independent from luck. In the ancient...
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