Moral luck’

Indeterminism seems to confront a distinctive problem regarding chanciness: how can we conceive of the moment of indetermination as anything other than purely random? In “Responsibility, Luck, and Chance: Reflections on Free Will and Indeterminism,” Robert Kane offers a proposal for how to conceive of the indeterministic element in certain decisions that avoids randomness. Critically examine this proposal and determine whether, in your view, it succeeds or not. If you wish to defend it, consider and respond to a possible objection.